trinitrate


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trinitrate

(traɪˈnaɪtreɪt)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical compound forming from three molecules of nitric acid
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Upon arrival to the emergency department, the pain resolved after a single sublingual glyceryl trinitrate. His vital signs were stable, and physical examination reveals no abnormal finding.
The treatment efficacy of medical sphincterotomy with glycerol trinitrate on acute and chronic anal fissures.
The rationale of doing the study is, to compare the effectiveness of 0.2% glyceryl trinitrate ointment with surgical sphincterotomy.
Many patients are prescribed glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) to treat the condition, the efficacy of which tends to decrease following continued use for several weeks as they develop tolerance to nitrate, increasing the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart thereby expanding the arteries and veins in the body.
Strategies to reduce postoperative pain rely on medical therapy (metronidazole, diltiazem, glyceryl trinitrate, flavonoids, cholestyramine ointment, liposome bupivacaine, 0.2% glyceryl trinitrate, lignocaine ointments, and atorvastatine) [13-21] as well as on innovative energy-based surgical devices [22-24].
The objective of the study was to determine clinical presentation and efficacy of Glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) in chronic anal fissure.
Glycerine trinitrate infusion 1ug/kg/min-2ug/kg/min was started to achieve pulmonary vasodilation by increasing cyclic Guanosine Monophosphate in the constricted pulmonary vasculature.4,5 Nebulized through endotracheal tube continuously with Alprostadil (prostaglandin E1) at a rate of 5ml/hour, a potent inhaled pulmonary vasodilator.
The drug in the patch, glyceryl trinitrate (GTN), helps lower blood pressure and opens up blood vessels, which can help reduce the damage caused in the immediate minutes and hours following a stroke.
The drug in the patch, glyceryl trinitrate (GTN), lowers blood pressure and opens up blood vessels.
Table number 6 shows that the top three prescribed cardiovascular drugs were Glyceryl trinitrate (96.67%), Metoprolol (96.67%), and Aspirin (96.67%).
The patient was started on glycerine trinitrate infusion; the adrenaline and noradrenaline were weaned successfully with complete ST resolution and he was discharged home on the 8th postoperative day with fully controlled diabetes and on 10 mg of isosorbide mononitrate, once daily, as a secondary prevention of coronary spasm for 3 months.