isosorbide dinitrate


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Related to isosorbide dinitrate: prochlorperazine, Isosorbide mononitrate

i·so·sor·bide di·nit·rate

 (ī′sō-sôr′bīd′ dī-nī′trāt′)
n.
A vasodilator drug, C6H8N2O8, used to treat and prevent angina pectoris.

Translations

isosorbide dinitrate

n dinitrato de isosorbida
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One of the key ingredients in anti-hypertension drugs is isosorbide dinitrate.
Objectives: Comparison of effects of propofol and isosorbide dinitrate during rewarming on cardiopulmonary bypass in patients undergoing coronary artery bypasses grafting.
625 mg tablet; Bicalutamide 50 mg tablet; Isosorbide dinitrate (Hartsorb Sublingual) 5 mg tablet; Flunarazine (Sobelin) 5 mg capsule; Loratadine (Clatidyne) 10 mg tablet;
Benefits of guideline-directed medical therapy for heart failure Drug Relative risk Number needed Relative risk reduction in to treat to reduction for mortality prevent one heart failure death in 36 hospitalization months Hydralazine/ 43% 7 33% isosorbide dinitrate Beta-blocker 34% 9 41% Aldosterone 30% 6 35% antagonist ACE inhibitor or 17% 26 31% angiotensin-receptor blocker Source: Dr.
Thousands of neighbouring homes and businesses were contacted amid public safety concerns when the substance - isosorbide dinitrate - was found at the site off Prince William Avenue.
The panel found moderate evidence for the use of capsaicin and isosorbide dinitrate spray (level B), weak evidence for the Lidoderm patch (level C), and insufficient evidence to support or refute the usefulness of vitamins and alpha-lipoic acid (level U).
Isosorbide dinitrate was purchased from Nanjing Baijingyu Ltd.
Other longer-acting nitrates are available in pill form as isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur), and isosorbide dinitrate (BiDil, Isordil).
Other nitrates include isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur), or isosorbide dinitrate (BiDil, Isordil).
A study comparing the formulations of isosorbide dinitrate (ISDN) and hydralazine (HYD) used in V-HeFT I and V-HeFT II, and BiDil, the proprietary fixed dose combination, used in the African American Heart Failure Trial (A-HeFT) demonstrated no bioequivalence.
One example of a medicine targeted at racial categories is BiDil (fixed-dose isosorbide dinitrate and hydralazine), an antihypertensive drug that was approved specifically for use in blacks.