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  1. Nitroglycerin is a medicine that helps relax the blood vessels leading to the heart. It is used ... as extremely high blood pressure and other conditions. Nitroglycerin overdose occurs when someone takes more than the ...
  2. ... stress or anxiety. If you do not have nitroglycerin and your symptoms are not gone after resting, ... away. Your health care provider may have prescribed nitroglycerin tablets or spray for severe attacks. Sit or ...
  3. ... Is relieved with rest or a medicine called nitroglycerin Angina attacks can occur at any time during ... to help prevent your angina from getting worse. Nitroglycerin pills or spray may be used to stop ...
  4. ... Does not respond well to a medicine called nitroglycerin (especially if this medicine worked to relieve chest ... may get heparin (or another blood thinner) and nitroglycerin (under the tongue or through an IV). Other ...
  5. ... person takes any chest pain medicine, such as nitroglycerin for a known heart condition, and help them ... with rest or within 3 minutes of taking nitroglycerin, call for emergency medical help. If the person ...
  6. ... and prevent a heart attack. A medicine called nitroglycerin (NTG) can relieve an episode of pain. Your ... or squeezing chest pain is not relieved by nitroglycerin. The pain may be due to a heart ...
  7. ... a medicine to relax the blood vessels (called nitroglycerin) may not completely relieve the pain of a ... fluids pass through this IV. You may get nitroglycerin and morphine to help reduce chest pain. You ...
  8. Nitroglycerin given under the tongue (sublingual) may help a sudden episode of esophageal spasm. Long-acting nitroglycerin and calcium channel blockers are also used for ...
  9. ... These drugs are not safe when used with nitroglycerin.
  10. ... heart symptoms if they happen . Always carry some nitroglycerin pills with you if your provider has prescribed ...
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