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n. a vasodilator drug used, usually in conjunction with diuretics, to treat hypertension. It is given by mouth or by intravenous injection or infusion; side-effects, including rapid heart rate, headache, faintness, and digestive upsets, can occur, especially at high doses. Trade name: Apresoline.

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