Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020225/001.

Names and composition

"IMDUR" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020225/001 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020225/002 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020225/003 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019091/001 ISMO ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
020215/001 MONOKET ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
020215/002 MONOKET ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
020225/001 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020225/002 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020225/003 IMDUR ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
075037/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
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075147/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
075155/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
075155/002 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
075155/003 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
075166/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
075306/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
075306/002 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
075361/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
075395/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
075395/002 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
075395/003 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
075448/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
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076813/001 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
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200495/002 ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG

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What is Imdur or isosorb mono?
i need to know what this is used for Asked by Darby Beene 1 year ago.

are you sneaking through someone's medicine cabinet without his knowledge? shame.... they are nitrates, used to treat coronary artery disease - i.e. people who have had heart attacks or suffered from angina. this is not an infectious disease question Answered by Nestor Bridjmohan 1 year ago.


How long does the headaches while taking Imdur last. can anything be done to decrease intensity?
i am on my 3rd day of imdur for chronic angina. i am also taking toprol bid. of note lortab doesnt 'touch 'the headaches either Asked by Riley Spyres 1 year ago.

You are having side effects to the medication. CALL YOUR DOCTOR AND TELL HIM/HER. Your doc has NO CLUE you are having problems if you don't call let him/her know. Get off the computer if the clinic is still open and talk to your doctor NOW so he can tell you what to do. Answered by Eusebio Raad 1 year ago.


Adrenosine Nuclear test preparation question.?
This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test.The instruction sheet I received says "Take... Asked by Brianna Cordier 1 year ago.

This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test. The instruction sheet I received says "Take medications as prescribed unless otherwise directed by your physician." The Cleveland Clinic (not involved in my test) instruction sheet says: "If you take heart medications: DO NOT take the following heart medications on the day of the test unless your physician tells you otherwise, or unless it is needed to treat chest discomfort the day of the test: Isosorbide dinitrate (for example: Dilatrate, Isordil) Isosorbide mononitrate (for example: Imdur, ISMO, Monoket) Nitroglycerin (for example: Minitran, Nitropatches, Nitrostat) Dipyridamole (Persantine) -- Stop taking 48 hours before the test Your physician may also ask you to stop taking other heart medications on the day of your test. If you have any questions about your medications, ask your physician. Do not discontinue any medication without first talking with your physician." I take Isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur), usually about 7:30 in the morning, shortly after I normally get up. Obviously Monday morning I will be getting up earlier. I have not decided if it would be better to take my normal dose shortly after I get up Monday or if it would be better to take the tablet with me to the appointment as ask if they want me to delay taking it until after the test. My concerns are: If they want me to take it before the test, and I do not take it until 7:30, will they have to delay the start of the test until the medication gets into the bloodstream? If I do take it and they did not want me to, would the test be less valid or postponed? Any informed advice would be appreciated. Answered by Juan Tselee 1 year ago.

Imdur could possibly interfere with the test results since it causes the blood vessels to dialate and increase blood flow to cardiac tissue. But it is contraindicated to abruptly stop taking Imdur, as it can make symptoms of angina (chest pain) worse. Call the number you have for your doctor. Listen to the message/recording, they should give a number for the doctor's exchange. It is a way to get ahold of the physicians after hours. Whatever cardiologist is taking call will be able to answer your questions. It's always a good idea to clarify. It's best to follow whatever their instructions are specifically. Answered by Emerald Redmon 1 year ago.

- take your meds as prescribed by your regular Dr. - remember to stay off all caffeine 24 hours prior exam. this includes all coffee, all tea, all soda, all chocolate, some cough meds - if you have asthma .... take your inhaler with you and remind them you have asthma before they start. - on day of exam take your meds with some water but do not eat breakfast - expect to be there 2-3 hours for the entire exam. - you will have 2 set of scans (at rest and after stress). there are 3 possible positions they could lay you down for the scan (on your back, stomach, and right side). the more positions they turn you, the more accurate the results. - dont expect your Dr to give you results same day. - when getting results, ask the Dr 1. how the slices look 2. what the wall motion looks like 3. what is the ejection fraction (E.F.) Good Luck !! Answered by Jenine Downham 1 year ago.


Would being diagnosed with resistant hypertension and mitral valve proplase taking and sleep apnea taking 10?
10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10... Asked by Cary Cuellar 1 year ago.

10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10 mg as needed( prozac) 80 mg daily. I keep constant pvcs sometimes all day on good days I may feel 6 or 7 I've been admitted 5 times since June my job is giving a problem I'm a phlebotomist I get dizzy a lot but I don't pass out.my job is telling me I should go out on disability my BP ranges from 230/140 no kidney problems I don't drink or smoke no recreational drugs I've been depressed because of not being able to work I've worked for the past 30 years I'm a 53 year old female I know I can't go out on retirement. But is this enough for disability. Answered by Gwen Hagey 1 year ago.

You have got malignant hypertension. You may have secondary hypertension. Isosorbide (generic name) Imdur (brand name) is used to prevent or treat chest pain (angina). It works by relaxing the blood vessels to the heart, so the blood and oxygen supply to the heart is increased. Nifedipine (generic name) Procardia (brand name) is used to treat high blood pressure and to control angina (chest pain). Nifedipine is in a class of medications called calcium-channel blockers. It works by relaxing the blood vessels so the heart does not have to pump as hard. It also increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart. Clonidine is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. Clonidine is in a class of medications called centrally acting alpha-agonist hypotensive agents. It works by decreasing your heart rate and relaxing the blood vessels so that blood can flow more easily through the body. Lisinopril is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Lisinopril is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Lisinopril is in a class of medications called angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. It works by decreasing certain chemicals that tighten the blood vessels, so blood flows more smoothly and the heart can pump blood more efficiently. Metoprolol is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It also is used to prevent angina (chest pain) and to improve survival after a heart attack. Extended-release (long-acting) metoprolol also is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Metoprolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Chlorthalidone, a 'water pill,' is used to treat high blood pressure and fluid retention caused by various conditions, including heart disease. It causes the kidneys to get rid of unneeded water and salt from the body into the urine. You may seek a second medical opinion. Answered by Willis Colpetzer 1 year ago.

Russian Sage, Yarrows, Lavenders, Grasses, Sedums Answered by Jenise Tebar 1 year ago.

have you had adrenal labs ran, seems like I remember there is a non-cancerous tumor that can cause malignant hypertension. You are on a ton of BP meds with apparently very little success. Answered by Lorean Bossick 1 year ago.

You do sound disabled. Your doctor would have to certify this. So ask your doctor. Answered by Shu Holak 1 year ago.


Mircovascular Coronary Heart Disease?
Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when... Asked by Wenona Stevener 1 year ago.

Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when needed. Answered by Gabriel Opula 1 year ago.

I am on Ranexa rather than Imdur, and a nitro spray as needed. Imdur lowered my blood pressure excessively. I stay stringently on a low fat diet, with lots of anti-oxidant foods, and rarely have any angina. I warm up slowly for exercise, and can now go an hour at an HR of 140 after warmup. Two of my three majors are 100% blocked with very long blockages, and I have over a dozen other 80% blockages, including the 3rd main artery. Have you done cardiac rehab of any kind ? Answered by Silas Waller 1 year ago.

coronary heart sickness or CAD for brief, is truly a undertaking the place the hearts arteries become hardened and narrowed over the years. This undertaking is stated as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis takes place while extra fat and ldl cholesterol interior the blood builds up and plaque (atheroma) kinds interior the interior the artery wall. over the years the artery will narrow and this could convey approximately a help of blood/oygen furnish to area of the heart, - this could bring about situations including Angina. If clots form, this could convey approximately an artery being blocked, ensuing in a heart attack. To a undeniable quantity CAD is a factor of the aging technique yet is sped up by an risky weight loss plan, smoking, severe ldl cholesterol, loss of exercising and a few hereditary factors. Answered by Lilly Helmich 1 year ago.

Very small coronary artery involvement whcih cause your 'angina' by going into spasm. You're on appropriate nitrates; perhaps consider the addition of Diltiazem, indicated in your type of "Prinzmetal" angina. Answered by Elvera Ladyman 1 year ago.


Is it advisable for a 79yearold lady with a history of congestive heart failure and angina to take these meds?
Am doing a report on this clinical scenario - The medicines prescribed are Aspirin-one tablet in the morning(70mg), Imdur-one tablet in the morning(60mg) and GTN tablets-one as required for chest pain(500mcg). Any help will be great! thanks Asked by Gudrun Rances 1 year ago.

Yes. Aspirin is fairly standard for prevention of secondary MI, while isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur) is to reduce preload and thus how hard her heart has to work, and the GTN is mainlyfor symptomatic relief of anginal pain (though it does not reduce mortality). If her angina is stable, she should probably also be on beta-blockers (to reduce cardiac workload) as well. Answered by Allison Solgovic 1 year ago.

Well I would say ask your doctor. I am a heart patient, and I take pills every single morning for my heart. I would say yes take them, BUT ONLY if your doctor has approved them. Your lucky, only three pills. I take seven and then Nitro as needed. Good Luck/health Answered by Hien Fallert 1 year ago.

all these meds are used specifically for angina and or chf so my answer is yes it is appro. to take all these meds Answered by Shantel Stoker 1 year ago.


Please explain why someone with Hyperkalemia would be prescribed?
High doses of Potassium 3x daily and why would a person who has low bloodpressure 90/50 and CHF be prescribed drugs like Coreg, and Imdur, both of which cause reduction in blood pressure? Asked by Joanna Nichole 1 year ago.

Wow, this is not good. Hyperkalemia as you know is high potassium, so I don't know why a doctor would prescribe potassium 3 times per day when they already have a high potassium level. And you are right about Coreg. Coreg is used for people who have high blood pressure. Imdur is used for people who have angina, but one of the precautions with Imdur is not to take it if you have low blood pressure. I am unsure if you are talking about yourself or someone you know, but the physician needs to be questioned regarding this and personally I would find another physician. I know that does not answer your question as to why, but I have no answer as to why this would be done. It does not make any sense as to why these would be prescribed with the information you have given. Best wishes. Answered by Lynetta Stoutt 1 year ago.

I would first ask if the physician who prescribed the potassium knew that you had hyperkalemia. I would then want to know what your potassium is and what other medications you are taking. Some medications, like diuretics, cause your body to get ride of potassium, so many doctors prescribe potassium to replace that which is lost. Be sure all the doctors you see know what you are taking and what your lab works reveals Coreg and Imdur are really good medications for heart problems. They do work on high blood pressure, angina, ect., but they can be healpful in other conditions also. Again I would need to know all of the story before jumping to the conclusion that they Dr. has made a mistake. You should always feel free to questions your Dr. about anything and everything. You need to take your healthcare into your own hands and ask questions! If a Dr. doesn't want to answer your questions then get a new Dr. Answered by Myrle Dalfonso 1 year ago.

Hmmmmm......does not seem correct. This question needs to be presented to the prescriber of the meds. Answered by Natasha Benyard 1 year ago.


Multiple choice medication question?
When a nurse took the patient to the toilet she noticed that the patient passed blood in her stools when her bowels opened. Which medication may have caused this? a.Aspirin and Zantac b.Imdur and Metoprolol c.Panadol d.All of the above Asked by Louetta Tomasi 1 year ago.

Aspirn (acetylsalicylic acid )The main undesirable side effects of aspirin are gastrointestinal ulcers, stomach bleeding. and Zantac( Generic name: Ranitidine hydrochloride ) a drug that is useful in promoting healing of stomach and duodenal ulcers, and in reducing ulcer pain and GERD. Generic Name-.Isosorbide mononitrate BRAND NAMES: Imdur, Ismo, Monoket is in the class of drugs called nitrates that are used for treating and preventing angina. Metoprolol- Lopressor Brands: Lopressor, Metoprolol Succinate ER, and Toprol-XL Metoprolol is in a group of drugs called beta-blockers. Beta-blockers affect the heart and circulation (blood flow through arteries and veins). Metoprolol is used to treat angina (chest pain) and hypertension (high blood pressure). It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack This can cause clay colored stools. Panadol INN:Paracetamol or acetaminophen is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer) Answer: Asprin, Panadol and Metoprolol. Answered by Jefferey Vandewater 1 year ago.


How to overcome from neck, chest and arms angina pain from stenosis ?
I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to... Asked by Isidra Cestari 1 year ago.

I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to overcome from that pain? My cardiologist said to me that Putting stent on OM1 tissue is very risky also doing 2nd bypass is also risky. Medicine Taking : Ecospirn 150mg Clopit 75 mg , Rosuvas 40mg , Nialip 350, Ezetimibe 10mg, telmi 20 mg, selekon 50mg, Imdur 60 mg. Regularly walking 55 minutes everyday. my cholesterol level at present (after 18 years) is under control cholesterol 155 HDL 22 LDL 108 Tryglicerids 125. My EF is 55. Your early guidelines comments suggestion and direction is very highly appreciable. Answered by Cameron Vangelder 1 year ago.

Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. If your blood pressure can tolerate it your doctor could consider increasing the imdur to 120 mg. Another strategy sometimes used is to take a sublingual nitro pill prior to exercise/activities that cause angina. Do not change your medication doses without talking to your doctor first though. Too much nitro could cause your blood pressure to drop and could cause you to pass out and injure yourself. Answered by Ryann Fusselman 1 year ago.


What is Imdur or isosorb mono?
i need to know what this is used for Asked by Tasia Thibeaux 1 year ago.

are you sneaking through someone's medicine cabinet without his knowledge? shame.... they are nitrates, used to treat coronary artery disease - i.e. people who have had heart attacks or suffered from angina. this is not an infectious disease question Answered by Reita Roberg 1 year ago.


How long does the headaches while taking Imdur last. can anything be done to decrease intensity?
i am on my 3rd day of imdur for chronic angina. i am also taking toprol bid. of note lortab doesnt 'touch 'the headaches either Asked by Tayna Boerstler 1 year ago.

You are having side effects to the medication. CALL YOUR DOCTOR AND TELL HIM/HER. Your doc has NO CLUE you are having problems if you don't call let him/her know. Get off the computer if the clinic is still open and talk to your doctor NOW so he can tell you what to do. Answered by Stephani Brizendine 1 year ago.


Adrenosine Nuclear test preparation question.?
This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test.The instruction sheet I received says "Take... Asked by Nicki Cauthon 1 year ago.

This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test. The instruction sheet I received says "Take medications as prescribed unless otherwise directed by your physician." The Cleveland Clinic (not involved in my test) instruction sheet says: "If you take heart medications: DO NOT take the following heart medications on the day of the test unless your physician tells you otherwise, or unless it is needed to treat chest discomfort the day of the test: Isosorbide dinitrate (for example: Dilatrate, Isordil) Isosorbide mononitrate (for example: Imdur, ISMO, Monoket) Nitroglycerin (for example: Minitran, Nitropatches, Nitrostat) Dipyridamole (Persantine) -- Stop taking 48 hours before the test Your physician may also ask you to stop taking other heart medications on the day of your test. If you have any questions about your medications, ask your physician. Do not discontinue any medication without first talking with your physician." I take Isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur), usually about 7:30 in the morning, shortly after I normally get up. Obviously Monday morning I will be getting up earlier. I have not decided if it would be better to take my normal dose shortly after I get up Monday or if it would be better to take the tablet with me to the appointment as ask if they want me to delay taking it until after the test. My concerns are: If they want me to take it before the test, and I do not take it until 7:30, will they have to delay the start of the test until the medication gets into the bloodstream? If I do take it and they did not want me to, would the test be less valid or postponed? Any informed advice would be appreciated. Answered by Tasia Catterton 1 year ago.

Imdur could possibly interfere with the test results since it causes the blood vessels to dialate and increase blood flow to cardiac tissue. But it is contraindicated to abruptly stop taking Imdur, as it can make symptoms of angina (chest pain) worse. Call the number you have for your doctor. Listen to the message/recording, they should give a number for the doctor's exchange. It is a way to get ahold of the physicians after hours. Whatever cardiologist is taking call will be able to answer your questions. It's always a good idea to clarify. It's best to follow whatever their instructions are specifically. Answered by Normand Yeatts 1 year ago.

- take your meds as prescribed by your regular Dr. - remember to stay off all caffeine 24 hours prior exam. this includes all coffee, all tea, all soda, all chocolate, some cough meds - if you have asthma .... take your inhaler with you and remind them you have asthma before they start. - on day of exam take your meds with some water but do not eat breakfast - expect to be there 2-3 hours for the entire exam. - you will have 2 set of scans (at rest and after stress). there are 3 possible positions they could lay you down for the scan (on your back, stomach, and right side). the more positions they turn you, the more accurate the results. - dont expect your Dr to give you results same day. - when getting results, ask the Dr 1. how the slices look 2. what the wall motion looks like 3. what is the ejection fraction (E.F.) Good Luck !! Answered by Seymour Hafferkamp 1 year ago.


Would being diagnosed with resistant hypertension and mitral valve proplase taking and sleep apnea taking 10?
10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10... Asked by Steven Bourdages 1 year ago.

10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10 mg as needed( prozac) 80 mg daily. I keep constant pvcs sometimes all day on good days I may feel 6 or 7 I've been admitted 5 times since June my job is giving a problem I'm a phlebotomist I get dizzy a lot but I don't pass out.my job is telling me I should go out on disability my BP ranges from 230/140 no kidney problems I don't drink or smoke no recreational drugs I've been depressed because of not being able to work I've worked for the past 30 years I'm a 53 year old female I know I can't go out on retirement. But is this enough for disability. Answered by Chet Loarca 1 year ago.

You have got malignant hypertension. You may have secondary hypertension. Isosorbide (generic name) Imdur (brand name) is used to prevent or treat chest pain (angina). It works by relaxing the blood vessels to the heart, so the blood and oxygen supply to the heart is increased. Nifedipine (generic name) Procardia (brand name) is used to treat high blood pressure and to control angina (chest pain). Nifedipine is in a class of medications called calcium-channel blockers. It works by relaxing the blood vessels so the heart does not have to pump as hard. It also increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart. Clonidine is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. Clonidine is in a class of medications called centrally acting alpha-agonist hypotensive agents. It works by decreasing your heart rate and relaxing the blood vessels so that blood can flow more easily through the body. Lisinopril is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Lisinopril is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Lisinopril is in a class of medications called angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. It works by decreasing certain chemicals that tighten the blood vessels, so blood flows more smoothly and the heart can pump blood more efficiently. Metoprolol is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It also is used to prevent angina (chest pain) and to improve survival after a heart attack. Extended-release (long-acting) metoprolol also is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Metoprolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Chlorthalidone, a 'water pill,' is used to treat high blood pressure and fluid retention caused by various conditions, including heart disease. It causes the kidneys to get rid of unneeded water and salt from the body into the urine. You may seek a second medical opinion. Answered by Venice Mustoe 1 year ago.

Russian Sage, Yarrows, Lavenders, Grasses, Sedums Answered by Rena Hopp 1 year ago.

have you had adrenal labs ran, seems like I remember there is a non-cancerous tumor that can cause malignant hypertension. You are on a ton of BP meds with apparently very little success. Answered by Ulysses Galeana 1 year ago.

You do sound disabled. Your doctor would have to certify this. So ask your doctor. Answered by Donna Culajay 1 year ago.


Mircovascular Coronary Heart Disease?
Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when... Asked by Cody Kalkwarf 1 year ago.

Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when needed. Answered by Leeann Abila 1 year ago.

I am on Ranexa rather than Imdur, and a nitro spray as needed. Imdur lowered my blood pressure excessively. I stay stringently on a low fat diet, with lots of anti-oxidant foods, and rarely have any angina. I warm up slowly for exercise, and can now go an hour at an HR of 140 after warmup. Two of my three majors are 100% blocked with very long blockages, and I have over a dozen other 80% blockages, including the 3rd main artery. Have you done cardiac rehab of any kind ? Answered by Nathanael Raposo 1 year ago.

coronary heart sickness or CAD for brief, is truly a undertaking the place the hearts arteries become hardened and narrowed over the years. This undertaking is stated as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis takes place while extra fat and ldl cholesterol interior the blood builds up and plaque (atheroma) kinds interior the interior the artery wall. over the years the artery will narrow and this could convey approximately a help of blood/oygen furnish to area of the heart, - this could bring about situations including Angina. If clots form, this could convey approximately an artery being blocked, ensuing in a heart attack. To a undeniable quantity CAD is a factor of the aging technique yet is sped up by an risky weight loss plan, smoking, severe ldl cholesterol, loss of exercising and a few hereditary factors. Answered by Jaime Marovic 1 year ago.

Very small coronary artery involvement whcih cause your 'angina' by going into spasm. You're on appropriate nitrates; perhaps consider the addition of Diltiazem, indicated in your type of "Prinzmetal" angina. Answered by Esmeralda Felling 1 year ago.


Is it advisable for a 79yearold lady with a history of congestive heart failure and angina to take these meds?
Am doing a report on this clinical scenario - The medicines prescribed are Aspirin-one tablet in the morning(70mg), Imdur-one tablet in the morning(60mg) and GTN tablets-one as required for chest pain(500mcg). Any help will be great! thanks Asked by Ma Hannay 1 year ago.

Yes. Aspirin is fairly standard for prevention of secondary MI, while isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur) is to reduce preload and thus how hard her heart has to work, and the GTN is mainlyfor symptomatic relief of anginal pain (though it does not reduce mortality). If her angina is stable, she should probably also be on beta-blockers (to reduce cardiac workload) as well. Answered by Sanora Hilpert 1 year ago.

Well I would say ask your doctor. I am a heart patient, and I take pills every single morning for my heart. I would say yes take them, BUT ONLY if your doctor has approved them. Your lucky, only three pills. I take seven and then Nitro as needed. Good Luck/health Answered by Veola Conti 1 year ago.

all these meds are used specifically for angina and or chf so my answer is yes it is appro. to take all these meds Answered by Shaina Bunker 1 year ago.


Please explain why someone with Hyperkalemia would be prescribed?
High doses of Potassium 3x daily and why would a person who has low bloodpressure 90/50 and CHF be prescribed drugs like Coreg, and Imdur, both of which cause reduction in blood pressure? Asked by Mitzie Vantull 1 year ago.

Wow, this is not good. Hyperkalemia as you know is high potassium, so I don't know why a doctor would prescribe potassium 3 times per day when they already have a high potassium level. And you are right about Coreg. Coreg is used for people who have high blood pressure. Imdur is used for people who have angina, but one of the precautions with Imdur is not to take it if you have low blood pressure. I am unsure if you are talking about yourself or someone you know, but the physician needs to be questioned regarding this and personally I would find another physician. I know that does not answer your question as to why, but I have no answer as to why this would be done. It does not make any sense as to why these would be prescribed with the information you have given. Best wishes. Answered by Kathyrn Eatough 1 year ago.

I would first ask if the physician who prescribed the potassium knew that you had hyperkalemia. I would then want to know what your potassium is and what other medications you are taking. Some medications, like diuretics, cause your body to get ride of potassium, so many doctors prescribe potassium to replace that which is lost. Be sure all the doctors you see know what you are taking and what your lab works reveals Coreg and Imdur are really good medications for heart problems. They do work on high blood pressure, angina, ect., but they can be healpful in other conditions also. Again I would need to know all of the story before jumping to the conclusion that they Dr. has made a mistake. You should always feel free to questions your Dr. about anything and everything. You need to take your healthcare into your own hands and ask questions! If a Dr. doesn't want to answer your questions then get a new Dr. Answered by Joy Servantes 1 year ago.

Hmmmmm......does not seem correct. This question needs to be presented to the prescriber of the meds. Answered by Loreen Lescarbeau 1 year ago.


Multiple choice medication question?
When a nurse took the patient to the toilet she noticed that the patient passed blood in her stools when her bowels opened. Which medication may have caused this? a.Aspirin and Zantac b.Imdur and Metoprolol c.Panadol d.All of the above Asked by Renata Howenstine 1 year ago.

Aspirn (acetylsalicylic acid )The main undesirable side effects of aspirin are gastrointestinal ulcers, stomach bleeding. and Zantac( Generic name: Ranitidine hydrochloride ) a drug that is useful in promoting healing of stomach and duodenal ulcers, and in reducing ulcer pain and GERD. Generic Name-.Isosorbide mononitrate BRAND NAMES: Imdur, Ismo, Monoket is in the class of drugs called nitrates that are used for treating and preventing angina. Metoprolol- Lopressor Brands: Lopressor, Metoprolol Succinate ER, and Toprol-XL Metoprolol is in a group of drugs called beta-blockers. Beta-blockers affect the heart and circulation (blood flow through arteries and veins). Metoprolol is used to treat angina (chest pain) and hypertension (high blood pressure). It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack This can cause clay colored stools. Panadol INN:Paracetamol or acetaminophen is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer) Answer: Asprin, Panadol and Metoprolol. Answered by Chloe Disla 1 year ago.


How to overcome from neck, chest and arms angina pain from stenosis ?
I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to... Asked by Suzanna Arpino 1 year ago.

I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to overcome from that pain? My cardiologist said to me that Putting stent on OM1 tissue is very risky also doing 2nd bypass is also risky. Medicine Taking : Ecospirn 150mg Clopit 75 mg , Rosuvas 40mg , Nialip 350, Ezetimibe 10mg, telmi 20 mg, selekon 50mg, Imdur 60 mg. Regularly walking 55 minutes everyday. my cholesterol level at present (after 18 years) is under control cholesterol 155 HDL 22 LDL 108 Tryglicerids 125. My EF is 55. Your early guidelines comments suggestion and direction is very highly appreciable. Answered by Tomas Dorko 1 year ago.

Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. If your blood pressure can tolerate it your doctor could consider increasing the imdur to 120 mg. Another strategy sometimes used is to take a sublingual nitro pill prior to exercise/activities that cause angina. Do not change your medication doses without talking to your doctor first though. Too much nitro could cause your blood pressure to drop and could cause you to pass out and injure yourself. Answered by Naida Cullop 1 year ago.


What is Imdur or isosorb mono?
i need to know what this is used for Asked by Ayesha Camak 1 year ago.

are you sneaking through someone's medicine cabinet without his knowledge? shame.... they are nitrates, used to treat coronary artery disease - i.e. people who have had heart attacks or suffered from angina. this is not an infectious disease question Answered by Hortense Ness 1 year ago.


How long does the headaches while taking Imdur last. can anything be done to decrease intensity?
i am on my 3rd day of imdur for chronic angina. i am also taking toprol bid. of note lortab doesnt 'touch 'the headaches either Asked by Maryalice Crigler 1 year ago.

You are having side effects to the medication. CALL YOUR DOCTOR AND TELL HIM/HER. Your doc has NO CLUE you are having problems if you don't call let him/her know. Get off the computer if the clinic is still open and talk to your doctor NOW so he can tell you what to do. Answered by Shirlee Metter 1 year ago.


Adrenosine Nuclear test preparation question.?
This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test.The instruction sheet I received says "Take... Asked by Jayne Rittinger 1 year ago.

This afternoon (Friday) I was scheduled for an Adrenosine Nuclear [Pharmacological Myocardial Profusion (MPI) rest/stress study using Adrenosine] at 7:30 Monday morning. Since my cardiologist's office is not open during the weekend, I cannot ask him before the test. The instruction sheet I received says "Take medications as prescribed unless otherwise directed by your physician." The Cleveland Clinic (not involved in my test) instruction sheet says: "If you take heart medications: DO NOT take the following heart medications on the day of the test unless your physician tells you otherwise, or unless it is needed to treat chest discomfort the day of the test: Isosorbide dinitrate (for example: Dilatrate, Isordil) Isosorbide mononitrate (for example: Imdur, ISMO, Monoket) Nitroglycerin (for example: Minitran, Nitropatches, Nitrostat) Dipyridamole (Persantine) -- Stop taking 48 hours before the test Your physician may also ask you to stop taking other heart medications on the day of your test. If you have any questions about your medications, ask your physician. Do not discontinue any medication without first talking with your physician." I take Isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur), usually about 7:30 in the morning, shortly after I normally get up. Obviously Monday morning I will be getting up earlier. I have not decided if it would be better to take my normal dose shortly after I get up Monday or if it would be better to take the tablet with me to the appointment as ask if they want me to delay taking it until after the test. My concerns are: If they want me to take it before the test, and I do not take it until 7:30, will they have to delay the start of the test until the medication gets into the bloodstream? If I do take it and they did not want me to, would the test be less valid or postponed? Any informed advice would be appreciated. Answered by Clare Taffer 1 year ago.

Imdur could possibly interfere with the test results since it causes the blood vessels to dialate and increase blood flow to cardiac tissue. But it is contraindicated to abruptly stop taking Imdur, as it can make symptoms of angina (chest pain) worse. Call the number you have for your doctor. Listen to the message/recording, they should give a number for the doctor's exchange. It is a way to get ahold of the physicians after hours. Whatever cardiologist is taking call will be able to answer your questions. It's always a good idea to clarify. It's best to follow whatever their instructions are specifically. Answered by Dorris Balliew 1 year ago.

- take your meds as prescribed by your regular Dr. - remember to stay off all caffeine 24 hours prior exam. this includes all coffee, all tea, all soda, all chocolate, some cough meds - if you have asthma .... take your inhaler with you and remind them you have asthma before they start. - on day of exam take your meds with some water but do not eat breakfast - expect to be there 2-3 hours for the entire exam. - you will have 2 set of scans (at rest and after stress). there are 3 possible positions they could lay you down for the scan (on your back, stomach, and right side). the more positions they turn you, the more accurate the results. - dont expect your Dr to give you results same day. - when getting results, ask the Dr 1. how the slices look 2. what the wall motion looks like 3. what is the ejection fraction (E.F.) Good Luck !! Answered by Malinda Siegler 1 year ago.


Would being diagnosed with resistant hypertension and mitral valve proplase taking and sleep apnea taking 10?
10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10... Asked by Joe Gayo 1 year ago.

10 different medications atleast 3 x's a day (Imdur) 90 mg daily (procardia) 60mg 2xs a day( clonidine )0.3 mg 3xs a day( lisinopril) 40 mg daily (metoprolol) 200 mg 2xs a day (chlorthalidone )25mg daily (ibuprofen) 600 mg 1-4 he's for the headaches which are a constant (iron) 325 mg 2xs a day (Ambein) 10 mg as needed( prozac) 80 mg daily. I keep constant pvcs sometimes all day on good days I may feel 6 or 7 I've been admitted 5 times since June my job is giving a problem I'm a phlebotomist I get dizzy a lot but I don't pass out.my job is telling me I should go out on disability my BP ranges from 230/140 no kidney problems I don't drink or smoke no recreational drugs I've been depressed because of not being able to work I've worked for the past 30 years I'm a 53 year old female I know I can't go out on retirement. But is this enough for disability. Answered by Margorie Kennel 1 year ago.

You have got malignant hypertension. You may have secondary hypertension. Isosorbide (generic name) Imdur (brand name) is used to prevent or treat chest pain (angina). It works by relaxing the blood vessels to the heart, so the blood and oxygen supply to the heart is increased. Nifedipine (generic name) Procardia (brand name) is used to treat high blood pressure and to control angina (chest pain). Nifedipine is in a class of medications called calcium-channel blockers. It works by relaxing the blood vessels so the heart does not have to pump as hard. It also increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart. Clonidine is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. Clonidine is in a class of medications called centrally acting alpha-agonist hypotensive agents. It works by decreasing your heart rate and relaxing the blood vessels so that blood can flow more easily through the body. Lisinopril is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Lisinopril is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Lisinopril is in a class of medications called angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors. It works by decreasing certain chemicals that tighten the blood vessels, so blood flows more smoothly and the heart can pump blood more efficiently. Metoprolol is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high blood pressure. It also is used to prevent angina (chest pain) and to improve survival after a heart attack. Extended-release (long-acting) metoprolol also is used in combination with other medications to treat heart failure. Metoprolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Chlorthalidone, a 'water pill,' is used to treat high blood pressure and fluid retention caused by various conditions, including heart disease. It causes the kidneys to get rid of unneeded water and salt from the body into the urine. You may seek a second medical opinion. Answered by Albertina Gotay 1 year ago.

Russian Sage, Yarrows, Lavenders, Grasses, Sedums Answered by Kiyoko Rapelyea 1 year ago.

have you had adrenal labs ran, seems like I remember there is a non-cancerous tumor that can cause malignant hypertension. You are on a ton of BP meds with apparently very little success. Answered by Hyon Seielstad 1 year ago.

You do sound disabled. Your doctor would have to certify this. So ask your doctor. Answered by Kittie Pachar 1 year ago.


Mircovascular Coronary Heart Disease?
Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when... Asked by Dalton Jabbour 1 year ago.

Well I had a Angiogram in 2005 and my large vessel of the heart wasn't block but now after three years I'm still having chest pain and other issue they diagnois me Mircovascular Heart Disease. can anyone please tell me what is the out come of this disease. i'm on Imdur twice a day and nitroquick when needed. Answered by Ted Labounta 1 year ago.

I am on Ranexa rather than Imdur, and a nitro spray as needed. Imdur lowered my blood pressure excessively. I stay stringently on a low fat diet, with lots of anti-oxidant foods, and rarely have any angina. I warm up slowly for exercise, and can now go an hour at an HR of 140 after warmup. Two of my three majors are 100% blocked with very long blockages, and I have over a dozen other 80% blockages, including the 3rd main artery. Have you done cardiac rehab of any kind ? Answered by Emil Riendeau 1 year ago.

coronary heart sickness or CAD for brief, is truly a undertaking the place the hearts arteries become hardened and narrowed over the years. This undertaking is stated as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis takes place while extra fat and ldl cholesterol interior the blood builds up and plaque (atheroma) kinds interior the interior the artery wall. over the years the artery will narrow and this could convey approximately a help of blood/oygen furnish to area of the heart, - this could bring about situations including Angina. If clots form, this could convey approximately an artery being blocked, ensuing in a heart attack. To a undeniable quantity CAD is a factor of the aging technique yet is sped up by an risky weight loss plan, smoking, severe ldl cholesterol, loss of exercising and a few hereditary factors. Answered by Teisha Hallam 1 year ago.

Very small coronary artery involvement whcih cause your 'angina' by going into spasm. You're on appropriate nitrates; perhaps consider the addition of Diltiazem, indicated in your type of "Prinzmetal" angina. Answered by Tracy Schoeller 1 year ago.


Is it advisable for a 79yearold lady with a history of congestive heart failure and angina to take these meds?
Am doing a report on this clinical scenario - The medicines prescribed are Aspirin-one tablet in the morning(70mg), Imdur-one tablet in the morning(60mg) and GTN tablets-one as required for chest pain(500mcg). Any help will be great! thanks Asked by Laraine Strauss 1 year ago.

Yes. Aspirin is fairly standard for prevention of secondary MI, while isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur) is to reduce preload and thus how hard her heart has to work, and the GTN is mainlyfor symptomatic relief of anginal pain (though it does not reduce mortality). If her angina is stable, she should probably also be on beta-blockers (to reduce cardiac workload) as well. Answered by Maxie Kahle 1 year ago.

Well I would say ask your doctor. I am a heart patient, and I take pills every single morning for my heart. I would say yes take them, BUT ONLY if your doctor has approved them. Your lucky, only three pills. I take seven and then Nitro as needed. Good Luck/health Answered by Chang Weis 1 year ago.

all these meds are used specifically for angina and or chf so my answer is yes it is appro. to take all these meds Answered by Elia Greenfield 1 year ago.


Please explain why someone with Hyperkalemia would be prescribed?
High doses of Potassium 3x daily and why would a person who has low bloodpressure 90/50 and CHF be prescribed drugs like Coreg, and Imdur, both of which cause reduction in blood pressure? Asked by Georgine Iannalo 1 year ago.

Wow, this is not good. Hyperkalemia as you know is high potassium, so I don't know why a doctor would prescribe potassium 3 times per day when they already have a high potassium level. And you are right about Coreg. Coreg is used for people who have high blood pressure. Imdur is used for people who have angina, but one of the precautions with Imdur is not to take it if you have low blood pressure. I am unsure if you are talking about yourself or someone you know, but the physician needs to be questioned regarding this and personally I would find another physician. I know that does not answer your question as to why, but I have no answer as to why this would be done. It does not make any sense as to why these would be prescribed with the information you have given. Best wishes. Answered by Inga Garstka 1 year ago.

I would first ask if the physician who prescribed the potassium knew that you had hyperkalemia. I would then want to know what your potassium is and what other medications you are taking. Some medications, like diuretics, cause your body to get ride of potassium, so many doctors prescribe potassium to replace that which is lost. Be sure all the doctors you see know what you are taking and what your lab works reveals Coreg and Imdur are really good medications for heart problems. They do work on high blood pressure, angina, ect., but they can be healpful in other conditions also. Again I would need to know all of the story before jumping to the conclusion that they Dr. has made a mistake. You should always feel free to questions your Dr. about anything and everything. You need to take your healthcare into your own hands and ask questions! If a Dr. doesn't want to answer your questions then get a new Dr. Answered by Jessika Devere 1 year ago.

Hmmmmm......does not seem correct. This question needs to be presented to the prescriber of the meds. Answered by Hedy Leidy 1 year ago.


Multiple choice medication question?
When a nurse took the patient to the toilet she noticed that the patient passed blood in her stools when her bowels opened. Which medication may have caused this? a.Aspirin and Zantac b.Imdur and Metoprolol c.Panadol d.All of the above Asked by Miranda Mand 1 year ago.

Aspirn (acetylsalicylic acid )The main undesirable side effects of aspirin are gastrointestinal ulcers, stomach bleeding. and Zantac( Generic name: Ranitidine hydrochloride ) a drug that is useful in promoting healing of stomach and duodenal ulcers, and in reducing ulcer pain and GERD. Generic Name-.Isosorbide mononitrate BRAND NAMES: Imdur, Ismo, Monoket is in the class of drugs called nitrates that are used for treating and preventing angina. Metoprolol- Lopressor Brands: Lopressor, Metoprolol Succinate ER, and Toprol-XL Metoprolol is in a group of drugs called beta-blockers. Beta-blockers affect the heart and circulation (blood flow through arteries and veins). Metoprolol is used to treat angina (chest pain) and hypertension (high blood pressure). It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack This can cause clay colored stools. Panadol INN:Paracetamol or acetaminophen is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer) Answer: Asprin, Panadol and Metoprolol. Answered by Cecil Guagliardo 1 year ago.


How to overcome from neck, chest and arms angina pain from stenosis ?
I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to... Asked by Brenna Nickels 1 year ago.

I have done bypass of triple vessel disease on 2002. put 2 stents on lcx om1 on 2011. Still now my D1 is 100% stenosis and OM1 tissue part 80% to 90% stenosis.Feel pain when initial walking and step upstairs. which part mainly feel pain from D1 stenosis and which part feel pain by OM1 tissue stenosis. How to overcome from that pain? My cardiologist said to me that Putting stent on OM1 tissue is very risky also doing 2nd bypass is also risky. Medicine Taking : Ecospirn 150mg Clopit 75 mg , Rosuvas 40mg , Nialip 350, Ezetimibe 10mg, telmi 20 mg, selekon 50mg, Imdur 60 mg. Regularly walking 55 minutes everyday. my cholesterol level at present (after 18 years) is under control cholesterol 155 HDL 22 LDL 108 Tryglicerids 125. My EF is 55. Your early guidelines comments suggestion and direction is very highly appreciable. Answered by Mireille Deniston 1 year ago.

Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. If your blood pressure can tolerate it your doctor could consider increasing the imdur to 120 mg. Another strategy sometimes used is to take a sublingual nitro pill prior to exercise/activities that cause angina. Do not change your medication doses without talking to your doctor first though. Too much nitro could cause your blood pressure to drop and could cause you to pass out and injure yourself. Answered by Alyssa Halk 1 year ago.


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