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*  Sublingual administration
Nitroglycerine tablets are an example, the anti-emetic ondansetron is another. Sublingual strips-similar to tablets in that ...
*  Nitrovasodilator
... nitroglycerin) Isosorbide mononitrate and dinitrate Itramin tosilate Nicorandil (which additionally acts as a potassium channel ...
*  Nitroglycerin
... corrects the imbalance between the flow of oxygen and blood to the heart. At low doses, nitroglycerin will dilate ... Nitroglycerin was also used as an ingredient in military propellants for use in firearms. Nitroglycerin has been used in ... A serious problem in the use of nitroglycerin results from its high freezing point 13 °C (55 °F). Solid nitroglycerin is much ... Nitroglycerin is available in sublingual tablets, sprays, and patches. Nitroglycerin was the first practical explosive produced ...
*  Nitroglycerin (drug)
The drug nitroglycerin (GTN) is a dilute form of the same chemical used as the explosive, nitroglycerin. Dilution makes it non- ... 4 (1): 3-5. Note: Hering renamed nitroglycerine "glonoine". Fye, W. Bruce (January 1986). "Nitroglycerin: a homeopathic remedy ... Nitroglycerin is in the nitrate family of medications. While it is not entirely clear how it works, it is believed to function ... Nitroglycerin was written about as early as 1846 and came into medical use in 1878. It is on the World Health Organization's ...
*  Adverse effect
"Nitroglycerin". everyday Health. Retrieved March 20, 2013. "Metoclopramide & Tardive Dyskinesia". Tardive Dyskinesia Center. ... Stroke or heart attack associated with sildenafil (Viagra), when used with nitroglycerin Suicide, increased tendency associated ...
*  Dynamit Nobel
... leading to a complete ban on the transport of liquid nitroglycerin in California. Liquid nitroglycerin was widely banned ... He was successful in mixing nitroglycerine with kieselgur which made it less sensitive to shocks. In October 1867, Nobel filed ... After the death of his younger brother Emil in an 1864 nitroglycerin explosion at the family's armaments factory in Heleneborg ... "Nitroglycerin . Transcontinental Railroad . WGBH American Experience , PBS". pbs.org. Retrieved 22 August 2015. "Alfred Nobel ...
*  The Fear of Wages
That means that someone must drive the truck full of nitroglycerin, which leads to a lengthy discussion. Seagoon refuses and ... In turn, Grytpype demands their supplies, willing to take the sake if not the nitroglycerin. Seagoon and the others tip ... Seagoon announces that they should leave the nitroglycerine behind, but just then Grytpype telephones to say that they won't ... In an aside to the audience, General Yakamoto reveals that he switched the sake with the nitroglycerin. Meanwhile, Grytpype ( ...
*  Buccal administration
... the cardiovascular drug nitroglycerin; the nausea medication Prochlorperazine; the hormone replacement therapy testosterone, ...
*  Contact explosive
"Nitroglycerin Sublingual: MedlinePlus Drug Information." Nitroglycerin Sublingual: MedlinePlus Drug Information. N.p., n.d. Web ... Angina pectoris, an unfortunate symptom of Ischaemic heart disease, is treated with nitroglycerin. Nitroglycerin is known as a ... "Why Is Nitroglycerin Explosive?" General Chemistry Online: FAQ: Redox Reactions:. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Oct. 2016. Cops, By. " ...
*  Homeopathy
ISBN 978-1-58348-428-9. [page needed] Fye WB (1986). "Nitroglycerin: a homeopathic remedy" (PDF). Circulation. 73 (1): 21-9. ... evidence that nitroglycerin might be useful as a treatment for angina was discovered by looking through homeopathic provings, ...
*  Coronary artery disease
"Nitroglycerin Sublingual: MedlinePlus Drug Information". medlineplus.gov. Archived from the original on 6 January 2017. Ohman, ... Additional medications such as antiplatelets (including aspirin), beta blockers, or nitroglycerin may be recommended. ... nitroglycerin, calcium channel blockers, etc.); Coronary interventions as angioplasty and coronary stent; Coronary artery ... bypass grafting (CABG) Statins, which reduce cholesterol, reduce the risk of coronary artery disease Nitroglycerin Calcium ...
*  List of AkzoNobel group companies
1863 Nitroglycerin, stearin candles factory is founded by Alfred Nobel in Stockholm. 1965 Nitroglycerin becomes Nitro Nobel. ... the 19th century Swedish inventor whose invention of dynamite gave a safe way to manage the detonation of nitroglycerin. By ... the 19th century Swedish inventor whose invention of dynamite gave a safe way to manage the detonation of nitroglycerin. 1984 ...
*  Gyttorp
In 1915 this Gyttorps Sprängämnes AB was united with Alfred Nobel's company Nitroglycerin AB and in a few year the new company ... Many private homes were built and after World War II Nitroglycerin AB gave the British architect Ralph Erskine the task to plan ... Erik Andrén: Nitroglycerin Aktiebolaget 1864-1964. Gyttorp 1964. Johan Johansson: Om Noraskog II. Stockholm 1881-1882. Sören ... At first gunpowder and later nitroglycerin and dynamite was produced. The explosives were mainly used for blasting in mines. ...
*  Brown recluse spider
Lowry B, Bradfield J, Carroll R, Brewer K, Meggs W (2001). "A controlled trial of topical nitroglycerin in a New Zealand white ... Purportedly application of nitroglycerin stopped necrosis. However, one scientific animal study found no benefit in preventing ... The authors concluded the results of the study did not support the use of topical nitroglycerin in brown recluse envenoming. ... nitroglycerin, electric shock, curettage, surgical excision, and antivenom. None of these treatments have been subjected to ...
*  Anticancer Fund
It is also investigating the use of nitroglycerin. ACF's funding comes from a private fund, as well donations from individuals ... "Repurposing nitroglycerin for anti-cancer treatments". Medical Xpress. 27 August 2015. Retrieved 8 March 2016. www. ...
*  Triethylene glycol dinitrate
It is somewhat similar to nitroglycerin. TEGDN is often used together with trimethylolethane trinitrate (TMETN). Triethylene ... and trimethylolethane trinitrate are being considered as replacements for nitroglycerin in propellants. Triethylene glycol ...
*  Shelf life
Nitroglycerine is notorious. Old explosives are thus more dangerous (i.e. liable to be triggered to explode by very small ... Joel Davis, a former FDA expiration-date compliance chief, said that with a handful of exceptions - notably nitroglycerin, ...
*  Thunderbird 2 pod vehicles
Powered by means of twin gas turbine engines, it has a width of 6.5 metres, a length of 15 metres, and can fire nitro-glycerine ... Like the Firefly, it can fire nitroglycerin. The Fire Tender is seen in the Tracy Island tour of the pod vehicle bay in "Cry ... fitted with a large Cahelium Extract-X built blade and armed with a nitroglycerin cannon to fire shells to extinguish fires at ...
*  Propylene glycol
Demey, H.; Daelemans, R.; De Broe, M.E.; Bossaert, L. (1984). "Propylene glycol intoxication due to intravenous nitroglycerin ...
*  Johann Conrad Dippel
Nitroglycerin hadn't been discovered in Dippel's time. And although the history of the castle during Dippel's lifetime is well ... He was allegedly working with nitroglycerin, which led to the destruction of a tower at the Castle Frankenstein. But this seems ...
*  External cephalic version
Use of intravenous nitroglycerin has been proposed. Success rates reported for ECV range from 35 to 86%. Various factors can ... September 2009). "Intravenous nitroglycerin for external cephalic version: a randomized controlled trial". Obstet Gynecol. 114 ...
*  Torpedo (petroleum)
When the torpedo was to be used, the inner tube was filled with nitroglycerin and corked; the fuse was lit and torpedo was ... Gunpowder was used in the first torpedoes, but nitroglycerin was found to work better despite its instability. The well is ... Torpedoes manufactured today use modern explosives, with the last nitroglycerin torpedo being used on May 5, 1990. Francis, Don ... Bacon and Hamor, p. 333 Michener, Carollee (April 2007). "Nitroglycerine Saved Many Wells". OIL 150. Oil City, Pennsylvania: ...
*  Dysmenorrhea
Morgan PJ, Kung R, Tarshis J (2002). "Nitroglycerin as a uterine relaxant: a systematic review". J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 24 (5 ... A review indicated the effectiveness of transdermal nitroglycerin. There is insufficient evidence to recommend the use of any ...
*  Ethylene glycol dinitrate
It is similar to nitroglycerin in both manufacture and properties, though it is more volatile and less viscous. Pure EGDN was ... Methyl nitrate Nitroglycerine Erythritol tetranitrate Xylitol pentanitrate Mannitol hexanitrate RE factor "NIOSH Pocket Guide ... EGDN has a slightly higher brisance than nitroglycerin. Ethylene glycol dinitrate reacts violently with potassium hydroxide, ... 2 KNO3 EGDN was used in manufacturing explosives to lower the freezing point of nitroglycerin, in order to produce dynamite for ...