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Metronidazole Inj 500 Mg 100 Ml Pack, Metronidazole Tab/Cap 400 Mg, Multivitamin Syr (D - Panthenol + Niacinamid + Vit A + B1 + B12 ) - 100 - 120 Ml Pack, Nandrolone - Inj 25mg, Nitroglycerine Cap 6.
Traces of militarygrade explosives, including TNT and nitroglycerine, were also found on their clothes and trainers.
1867: Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel first demonstrated the use of dynamite - his name for nitroglycerine absorbed into diatomaceous earth (kieselguhr) for added stability.
That's because bacon contains glycerol, which becomes nitroglycerine and TNT.
Hence, it is logical that a NO generator nitroglycerine patch might potentiate the spinal analgesic effect of an opioid.
2 If you know that you are at risk of a heart attack, always keep a nitroglycerine spray within reach.
Nitroglycerine is an explosive and no one knew how it worked in the body -- did it create small explosions that increased blood circulation?
We also gave intracoronary nitroglycerine to rule out coronary spasm, with no change in the lesion.