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Nitroglycerin: Sublingual tablet

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  • Reported side effects
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Nitroquick 0.3mg SL Tab
Ethex Corporation
Pill Identification: ETH  |  3
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Nitroquick 0.4mg SL Tab
Ethex Corporation
Pill Identification: ETH  |  4
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Nitroquick 0.6mg SL Tab
Ethex Corporation
Pill Identification: ETH  |  6
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Nitroglycerin 0.4mg SL Tab
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Nitroglycerin: Sublingual tablet

What is this medicine?

NITROGLYCERIN (nye troe GLI ser in) is a type of vasodilator. It relaxes blood vessels, increasing the blood and oxygen supply to your heart. This medicine is used to relieve chest pain caused by angina. It is also used to prevent chest pain before activities like climbing stairs, going outdoors in cold weather, or sexual activity.

Similar Brand Name Drugs : Nitrostat: Sublingual tablet

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