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Contract notice: Supply of Glyceryl Trinitrate 5 mg Patches.
The results of several clinical trials have shown that the use of glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) patch is effective for inhibition of uterine contractions (5), pregnancy prolongation, improvement of neonatal outcome and increasing the corticosteroid intake (3, 6, 7) without any significant complications (5, 7, 8).
He managed to walk in and within minutes was seen by a doctor who treated him with a glyceryl trinitrate spray, which can dilate the veins and arteries in the body and makes it easier for the heart to function.
Other agents such as sodium nitroprusside, glyceryl trinitrate, clonidine and prazosin have been used but their unfavourable side-effect profile limits their clinical usefulness (4,5).
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.
The glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) treatment was given for angina and aspirin for anticoagulation.
The study, which he presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, randomized 158 women between 24 and 32 weeks' gestation and in preterm labor to either placebo (n = 81) or a transdermal nitroglycerin, or glyceryl trinitrate (GTN), patch (n = 77).
Abstract #112 - Hemodynamic effects of co-administration of avanafil and glyceryl trinitrate, by Nehra et.