ACE inhibitor

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Etymology[edit]

Circa 20th century: from Angiotensin-Converting-Enzyme inhibitor.

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Noun[edit]

ACE inhibitor (plural ACE inhibitors)

  1. (medicine) any one of a class of blood pressure-lowering drugs, including captopril and enalapril, that cause the arteries to widen by preventing the synthesis on angiotensin

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