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a trivalent radical derived from glycerol by removing the three hydroxyl radicals

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Conclusion: Nifedipine, as a tocolytic, is found to be more effective in pregnancy prolongation when compared with Glyceryl trinitrate but has frequent maternal adverse drug effects.
Chemical sphincterotomy9 is another method of reducing spasm of internal sphincter which is done with topical glyceryl trinitrate, calcium channel blocker and botulinum toxin.
Pharmacological agents employed include nitrates (Isosorbide dinitrate or glyceryl trinitrate), calcium channel blockers (Nifedipine, diltiazem), Botulinum toxin, alpha adrenoreceptor antagonists, alpha adrenoreceptor agonists and muscarinic agonists.
Description: Dicaprylyl ether (and) decyl glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate
Patients, who used Diltiazem reported more symptomatic relief than Glyceryl TriNitrate (p less than 0.
KEY WORDS: Chemical sphincterotomy, Internal sphincterotomy, Pain relief, Topical glyceryl trinitrate.
6) In a double-blinded RCT of 65 patients, more patients treated with topical glyceryl trinitrate therapy were asymptomatic during activities of daily living at 6 months compared with placebo (P<0.
Those patients should also be given clear advice on using drugs such as glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) sprays, which can help relax blood vessels and improve blood flow, when chest pain begins.
The problem can be made worse by the use of glyceryl trinitrate or GTN sprays for angina, with some patients unable to distinguish between angina and a heart attack.
Glyceryl tribenzoate and pentaerythrityl tetrabenzoate, and neopentyl glycol dibenzoate are typical of the benzoic acid esters.
The researchers provided the oil, a 4:1 mix of glyceryl trioleate and glyceryl trierucate, to 89 subjects (mean age, about 5 years).
The key to both pain relief and healing is to relax that muscle spasm so I prescribed him some glyceryl trinitrate (or GTN) ointment.
The committe heard that while in charge of the hospital's intensive care unit in 1997, Carpouron administered glyceryl trinitrate (GTN), which treats angina, to a patient instead of heparin, a blood-thinning agent.
There were no differences in levels of glyceryl trinitrate, an endothelium-independent indicator of vascular reactivity.
Patients were assigned, by use of computer-generated random numbers, to receive either placebo (n = 25) or transdermal glyceryl trinitrate (Nitroderm TTS; Ciba-Geigy) at a dose of 5 mg/16 h dally until delivery (n = 26).