Netkiv 2.6

Composition Nitroglycerine 2.6 mg
Pack Bottle 30 Tablets
MRP 190
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Description

Nitroglycerin SR Tablets – Nitroglycerin sublingual tablets are used to treat episodes of angina (chest pain) in people with coronary artery disease. This medicine belongs to a class of medicines called nitrates. Angina (chest pain) occurs when the heart muscle does not receive enough blood. This drug relaxes and dilates the blood vessels so that blood flows more easily to the heart. This medicine will not relieve chest pain if it occurs. It is also intended to be taken immediately before physical activity such as exercise, sexual activity, etc. to prevent chest pain. In such cases, other medications may be needed.

Uses of Nitroglycerin SR Tablets

Nitroglycerin SR (long-acting) tablets are primarily used to treat angina, a condition characterized by chest pain or discomfort caused by reduced blood flow to the heart muscle. Here are the main uses and considerations for Nitroglycerin SR Tablets:

  1. Angina Pectoris: Nitroglycerin SR tablets are used to prevent angina attacks (prophylaxis) in patients with chronic stable angina pectoris. They help relax and dilate blood vessels, improving blood flow to the heart muscle and reducing the workload on the heart
  2. Prevention of Angina Attacks: By maintaining a steady release of nitroglycerin over time, SR tablets can help prevent sudden and severe angina attacks that can occur with physical exertion or emotional stress.
  3. Treatment Regimen: These pills are usually prescribed as part of a comprehensive angina treatment plan, which may also include lifestyle changes (such as diet and exercise) and other medications.
  4. Dosage Considerations: The dose and frequency of use of Nitroglycerin SR tablets depends on the patient’s condition and response to treatment. It is important to follow the prescribed dosage to maintain a constant level of nitroglycerin in the bloodstream. 
  5. Administration: The dose and frequency of use of Nitroglycerin SR tablets depends on the patient’s condition and response to treatment. It is important to follow the prescribed dosage to maintain a constant level of nitroglycerin in the bloodstream. 
  6. Emergency Use: Although Nitroglycerin SR tablets are used primarily for prophylaxis, sublingual nitroglycerin (under the tongue) or other fast-acting forms of nitroglycerin are often used to treat acute angina attacks because of their rapid onset of action.
  7. Monitoring: Patients using Nitroglycerin SR Tablets may require regular follow-up by a physician to assess their response to treatment, adjust the dosage as needed, and monitor possible side effects or interactions with other medications. 

Note: As with any medication, it’s crucial for patients to follow their healthcare provider’s instructions carefully and report any concerns or side effects promptly.

Side Effects

People may experience this possible side effects when using nitroglycerin, including:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • An irregular heartbeat
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Excessive sweating
  • Fainting

Precautions

  • Some people may be allergic to nitroglycerin, so doctors do not advise people to use it if they have had an allergic reaction to the drug in the past.
  • Doctors do not prescribe nitroglycerin to anyone who has had severe anemia, a heart attack on the right side of the heart, or increased pressure in the brain.
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