epinephrine: a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin); stimulates autonomic nerve action
Epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) is a hormone and neurotransmitter. . It increases heart rate, contracts blood vessels, dilates air passages and participates in the fight-or-flight response of the sympathetic nervous system. ...
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Alternative spelling of adrenaline
Hormone produced by the inner part of the Adrenals. Among many other functions, adrenalin is concerned with blood pressure, emotional stress, fear and cold.
(or epinephrine) affects both alpha and beta receptors in the nervous system.
a kind of hormone called a catecholamine that is made by nerves and in the centre of the adrenal gland. Adrenaline is released in large amounts with the "fight or flight" response to threat or stress. It causes the heart to beat faster and blood vessels in arms and legs to constrict. ...
Adrenalin is a natural stimulant made in the adrenal gland of the kidney. It is carried in the bloodstream and affects the autonomous nervous system, which controls functions such as the heart rate, dilation of the pupils, and secretion of sweat and saliva.
a substance used in the deceleration of the anesthetic substance absorbtion in order to increase its locoregional concentration;
(Epinephrine) Substance secreted into the bloodstream, which is reacted to by specialized receptors throughout the body and initiates the "flight-or-fight" response.
chemical secreted in the body in response to stress
A hormone of the sympathetic nervous system; it is the most vital therapy in treatment of allergy and can be self-injected in an emergency.