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an•ti•hy•per•ten•sive



Pronunciation: (an"tē-hī"pur-ten'siv, an"tī-), [key] Med., Pharm.

adj.
acting to reduce hypertension: an antihypertensive drug, diet, or regimen.

n.
a drug, as a diuretic, used to treat hypertension.

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