Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018672/002.

Names and composition

"NITRO IV" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NITROGLYCERIN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018672/002 NITRO IV NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018531/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018537/001 TRIDIL NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
018537/002 TRIDIL NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.5MG per ML
018588/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.8MG per ML
018588/002 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
018621/001 NITRO-BID NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
018672/001 NITRONAL NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
018672/002 NITRO IV NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
018705/001 NITROLINGUAL NITROGLYCERIN AEROSOL/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG per SPRAY
018705/002 NITROLINGUAL PUMPSPRAY NITROGLYCERIN SPRAY, METERED/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG per SPRAY
018774/001 NITROL NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.8MG per ML
019970/001 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per 100ML
019970/002 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20MG per 100ML
019970/003 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per 100ML
020144/001 TRANSDERM-NITRO NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020144/002 TRANSDERM-NITRO NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020144/003 TRANSDERM-NITRO NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020144/004 TRANSDERM-NITRO NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020144/005 TRANSDERM-NITRO NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.8MG per HR **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020145/001 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR
020145/002 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
020145/003 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.3MG per HR
020145/004 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
020145/005 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR
020145/006 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.8MG per HR
021134/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.3MG
021134/002 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG
021134/003 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.6MG
021359/001 RECTIV NITROGLYCERIN OINTMENT/INTRA-ANAL 0.4%
021780/001 NITROMIST NITROGLYCERIN AEROSOL, METERED/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG per SPRAY
040047/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.2MG per HR
040048/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.4MG per HR
040049/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 0.6MG per HR
070026/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
070077/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
070633/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
070634/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
070863/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
070871/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
070872/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
071094/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN Injectable/ Injection 5MG per ML
071095/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN Injectable/ Injection 10MG per ML
071159/001 NITRO-BID NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
071203/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
071492/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
071846/001 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per 100ML
071847/001 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20MG per 100ML
071848/001 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per 100ML
072034/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
074083/001 NITROGLYCERIN IN DEXTROSE 5% NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.1MG per ML
074559/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR
074559/002 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
074559/003 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
074559/004 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR
074992/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR
074992/002 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
074992/003 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
074992/004 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR
075073/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
075075/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
075076/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/ TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR
075115/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
075115/002 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
087355/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN OINTMENT/TRANSDERMAL 2%
089771/001 MINITRAN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.1MG per HR
089772/001 MINITRAN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
089773/001 MINITRAN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
089774/001 MINITRAN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR
089884/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.2MG per HR
089885/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.4MG per HR
089886/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.6MG per HR
091496/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN SPRAY, METERED/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG per SPRAY
208191/001 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.3MG
208191/002 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG
208191/003 NITROGLYCERIN NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.6MG
208424/001 GONITRO NITROGLYCERIN POWDER/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG per PACKET

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Beta-blockers pulmonary edema (question about medications)?
T 98.6 R 24 HR 64 BP 96/60 no hx of pulmonary edema, +2 pitting edema in bilateral LE with + pedal pulses. There's the rest of the info. Also, this is a scenario not a real situation, I would just like to know the best way to handle this since Atenolol is contradicted in people with pulmonary edema. Asked by Sandie Berlandy 1 year ago.

Hold???? not enough INFO, administer nitro, + IV Furosemide 80mg. Answered by Aubrey Spinks 1 year ago.

Give the dose. Call the doctor in the morning. Is the patient short of breath? On oxygen? What are their Sats? Check blood pressure and heart rate before giving it though. It is contraindicated in people with pulmonary edema, but pulmonary edema is an acute illness. Answered by Merrilee Kielbasa 1 year ago.

with out discontinuing the drug have a cardiology consultation Answered by Hallie Nyseth 1 year ago.


Nitro in Cardiac Arrest!!!!Why not?
So, iv'e been certified as an EMT for 6 years and a Medic for 3months! Crazy idea coming!! I would love to discuss with a cardiologist. I transported a pt in cardiac arrest, V-fib was his initial ryhtm shocked at 150j biphasic and converted to V-Tach, this also treated with a defibrilation, followed by... Asked by Arnulfo Mullet 1 year ago.

So, iv'e been certified as an EMT for 6 years and a Medic for 3months! Crazy idea coming!! I would love to discuss with a cardiologist. I transported a pt in cardiac arrest, V-fib was his initial ryhtm shocked at 150j biphasic and converted to V-Tach, this also treated with a defibrilation, followed by medications. All in all we played this game for a total of 3 rounds of Epi, and 3 a total dose of Lidocaine 150mg.i.v. converting from V-fib and V-Tach non-pulsatile 5 times before arrival at the ED. Once there he was cardioverted Electrically several times as well as gien medications IV. At one poin the ED staff obtained a palpable pulse and BP. They also obtained a 12-lead EKG, revealing massive ST elevation in leads 2,3,and AvF with reciprocal changes. My question is this, they teach us to treat reversible causes in cardiac arrest, I see that in this pt as could possibley be fr others, an AMI for a reversible cause, in EMS we do not have the access to a Cath Lab in the unit, so.....if Nitroglycerin is used to dialate the coronary arteries, as well as systemically, would it not be phesable to attempt to re-oxygenate the cardiac tissue, as the AMI is the likely culprit for the arrest. I completely understand the effects of NTG and how it will affect a pt in cardiac arrest, for the most part, they are no longer circleing they have already been fushed? But ig NTG is used to increase perfusion in the coronary arteries when blocked or spasming, to decrease workload and increase oxygenation,.....would and could it be possibe to decrease the extent of damage caused by the AMI and possibley obtain a stable rythm for the cath lab?? Also, if it is seen by 12-Lead that a pt is actively having an AMI, why should we give Epi to a Cardiac Arrest patient, yes it increases contactility, but it strongly causes vaso-constriction, not good for Cardiac Arrest patient who needs to perfuse cardiac tissue to survive.. Thought and comments please, it's a wild idea but im in the process of researching, but some serious thought into the idea with me!!! Answered by Page Gurganus 1 year ago.

Another problem you have when doing reperfusion therapy (with meds like tissue plasminogen activator) is the introduction of oxygen free radicals into cardiac tissue that can increase necrosis. *To the post above, you can shock Vfib at 120j if your defibrillator is biphasic, as was mentioned. There are also two wave forms, rectiliner and truncated exponential. So 150j biphasic is acceptable. Also, the main goal before pushing any medication is to perfuse the heart muscle. The most current studies have shown that at complete effectiveness, adequate chest compressions only perfuse the heart at about 30%. The more oxygen you get the the myocardium, the easier it is for the heart to respond to defibrillation. No drug can ever take the place of chest compressions. You also didn't mention anything about the PT's age, any history, but you can tell a lot maybe from what social class they seem to be in or their history from a family member. Usually, alcoholics go into a rhythm called Torsades, and it is more important to give them magnesium than any epinephrine. And don't ever forget that the American Heart Association stresses the fact that high quality chest compressions and PT oxygenation are of more importance than any drugs. If you're performing CPR and an oral airway with BVM is effective, do not waste time to intubate the PT. I'm not sure if you remember from Emt school, but when you get certified on the BVM, you must deliver breaths for at least 30 seconds before connecting it to an oxygen source. This is because they want you to put some air into the PT's lungs before you waste time and hook it up to anything. You didn't mention at all that you performed a 12 lead and in FL, mostly all of the ALS units have 12 leads. That would determine your method of treatment more so than anything. I know you said the hospital performed a 12 lead, but why didn't you initially. And ST elevation in the leads mentioned shows a lack of oxygen to the inferior wall which would be a problem in the RCA, and more specifically a marginal RV caronary artery. This could have been caused by lack of perfusion, possibly from Afib because the PT forgot to take their medication, more commonly Amiodarone. Are you ACLS certified? Like you said, treat the cause. For heart attacks, you can remember the acronym MONA: morphine, oxygen, nitroglcerin, aspirin. Morphine would be about 2 - 4 mg IV every 20 min and is used for chest pain unresponsive to nitrates. However, you must use morphine with caution in RV infarction. O2 at a PT tolerable level, usually on a nasal cannula at 4 Lpm to discourage the claustrophobic feeling of a rebreather mask. You can give the PT nitroglycerin, up to about 1.5 mg in 15 minutes, and never more than that. This would be about three doses of 0.5 mg SL or aerosol spry. The aspirin is about 325 mg non enteric coated and chewed. So to answer your question, you can given nitro to a PT having an AMI, but you do have to be careful when it comes to reoxygenating the myocardium because as I mentioned above, you can damage it if you introduce oxygen free radicals into the tissue. And as you said, finding the cause is what is going to save their life. It does no good if someone is loosing blood from a possible aortic aneurysm and you just give them epinephrine and expect them to convert to any sort of stable rhythm. Are you ACLS certified? I would suggest getting some material about the most current cardiac studies, and knowing it like your mom's life depends on it, if you're going to be a Paramedic. Answered by Evangelina Garlock 1 year ago.


Calculate the overall charge of the platinum (IV) complex [Pt(NH3)2(NO2)2]?
what is the formula of the compound that would form between [Pt(NH3)2(NO2)2] and SO4^2-? Asked by Keesha Buschur 1 year ago.

You count the number of electrons and the number of protons. Then the one with more, lets say there are three electrons and four protons the charge would be positive, and vice-versa. The charge is determined by which one is more abundant. Answered by Jazmine Disque 1 year ago.


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