cardioactive


cardioactive
Influencing the heart.

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car·dio·ac·tive -'ak-tiv adj having an influence on the heart <\cardioactive drugs>
car·dio·ac·tiv·i·ty -ak-'tiv-ət-ē n, pl -ties

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car·dio·ac·tive (kahr″de-o-akґtiv) having an effect upon the heart.

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