THE EFFECT OF NITROGLYCERIN OINTMENT1 ON THE EXERCISE CAPACITY IN PATIENTS WITH ANGINA PECTORIS
- Long--Acting Nitroglycerin for Angina, 1982: Old Dog, New Tricks. Reichek, Nathaniel; Sutton, Martin St. John // Annals of Internal Medicine;Nov82, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p774
Editorial. Focuses on the use of nitroglycerin in the treatment of angina. Basic action of nitroglycerin; Physiologic effects of nitroglycerin; Hemodynamic consequences of nitroglycerin; Description of the preparations of cutaneous nitroglycerin.
- Nitroglycerine: Solving a Century-Old Puzzle. // Medical Update;Jun2002, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p4
Presents the findings of a study conducted by researchers at Duke University Medical Center which identified the enzyme responsible for the negative effects of nitroglycerine to patients with angina.
- Patients' knowledge of sublingual glyceryl trinitrate. Bailie, George R.; Kay, Elizabeth A. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/2/88, Vol. 297 Issue 6640, p32
Studies the use of sublingual glyceryl trinitrate to treat angina pectoris in patients. Evaluation on the knowledge of patients on the drug; Efficacy of tablet; Oral information and instructional material for the use of drug.
- Diminished activity of glyceryl trinitrate. O'Hanrahan, M.; McGarry, K.; Kelly, J.G.; Horgan, J.; O'Malley, K. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/17/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6323, p1183
Examines glyceryl trinitrate as treatment for angina pectoris. Rapid relief offered by the drug; Importance of proper storage to maintain effectivity; Effects of drugs on the patient.
- Antianginal combination reduces cardiac events, but causes headaches. // Modern Medicine;Aug97, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p53
Presents an abstract of `Effect of Transdermal Nitroglycerin or N-acetylcysteine, or Both, in the Long-Term Treatment of Unstable Angina Pectoris,' by D. Ardissino, P.A. Merlini, et al from the `Journal of the American College of Cardiology' dated April 1997.
- Nitroglycerin Topical. // AHFS Consumer Medication Information;Feb2017, p1
Nitroglycerin ointment is used to prevent episodes of angina (chest pain) in people who have coronary artery disease (narrowing of the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart). Nitroglycerin ointment can only be used to prevent attacks of angina; it cannot be used to treat an attack of...
- Treatment of unstable angina: Diltiazem vs. glyceryl trinitrate. // American Family Physician;4/1/1996, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p1850
Compares the use of diltiazem, a channel blocker and glyceryl trinitrate in the treatment of unstable angina. Methodology of study; Number of participants; Results of study; Authors' conclusion; Benefits of diltiazem; Study from E.J. Gobel in Lancet 1995.
- Efficacy of Nitroglycerin Patches: Fact or Fancy? Parker, John O. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Apr85, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p548
Editorial. Discusses research on the assessment of the efficacy of nitroglycerin patches in the treatment of angina pectoris. Effect of the administration of the patches on a patient's exercise time; Comparison with placebo medication; Issues considered in the administration of nitroglycerin...
- Angina. Short, David // British Medical Journal;9/30/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6142, p939
Investigates the etiology of angina. Management of the disease; List of aggravating factors; Use of glyceryl trinitrate for the treatment of the disease.