isosorbide dinitrate

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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.

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isosorbide dinitrate

n dinitrato de isosorbida
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