Definition of Inotropic:

Affecting force of muscle contraction.

Topics Related to Inotropic

Coffee a treatment
“...Caffeine is an inotropic agent, which means it changes the force of your heart's contractions: it increases the heart's action (heart rate) and produces a rise in arterial tension (blood pressure)...”

Hawthorn Berry Extract a treatment
“...Essentially, hawthorn has been shown to increase the inotropic effect (contractile force), and increase the tolerance of the heart to lower oxygen (hypoxic) conditions...”
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