nitroglycerin


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a heavy yellow poisonous oily explosive liquid obtained by nitrating glycerol

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Meine, MD, and colleagues found that use of morphine either alone or in combination with nitroglycerin for patients presenting with non--ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTE-ACS) was associated with higher mortality.
From "Harmless" Explosive Oil to a Ban on Liquid Nitroglycerin in 1868
A 1000 mg/L nitroglycerin (NG) standard in ethanol was obtained from AccuStandard, Inc.
This concern is a bit theoretical and the findings were demonstrated in rats, not humans," he says, "We do know that chronic use of extended-release nitroglycerin tends to cause a decrease in its ability to reduce chest pain, and some research suggests that chronic exposure to nitroglycerin accelerates the damage done during a heart attack by suppressing an enzyme that removes toxic molecules.
However, it is unclear whether nitroglycerin was beneficial in this cohort of patients, as the majority of patients with diabetes mellitus and hypertension fell into the control group.
We'd like to do a phase II study to compare several doses" of nitroglycerin in patients with low bone density, "but we can't get the funding from the National Institutes of Health," Dr.
Jamal and colleagues, randomized 243 women, average age about 62, to two groups, with 126 in the nitroglycerin ointment group and 117 in the placebo ointment group.
Together, these findings suggest that nitroglycerin may significantly decrease the risk of fractures, including fractures in long bones such as the hip, legs, and upper arm, which are largely composed of cortical bone," wrote Dr.
In a separate development at the company Alvogen has introduced an AB-1 rated nitroglycerin transdermal delivery system.
Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): In a new study, scientists found that use of nitroglycerin ointment among postmenopausal women for 2 years was associated with a modest increase in bone mineral density and decrease in bone resorption (loss).
In other news, the FDA, which in recent years has been cracking down on a decades-old backlog of unapproved drugs, sent warning letters last week to two drugmakers ordering them to stop marketing unapproved nitroglycerin tablets.
The containers were filled with the explosive compound PETN which is a high explosive organic compound of the same chemical family as nitroglycerin, according to the U.
Folic acid may also benefit individuals who use the cardiovascular drug nitroglycerin by preventing drug tolerance (decreased efficacy with use).
Bown gives us a brief but clear biography of Nobel, the man who tamed nitroglycerin and brought us dynamite and then created the science and peace prizes.