Causing a reduction in blood pressure: a hypotensive drug. (adjective)
A person with or susceptible to hypotension.(noun)
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Use "hypotensive" in a sentence
"If the patient is hypotensive and refractory to IV fluids, pressor agents should be used with extreme caution and the dose carefully titrated to response."
"But on that day, by the time she traveled the rest of the way upstairs, she was hypotensive and in need of pressors."
"Peak hypotensive effects are usually seen within 2-4 hours."