Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018588/001.

Names and composition

"NITROSTAT" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NITROGLYCERIN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018588/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.8MG per ML
018588/002 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
021134/001 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.3MG
021134/002 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.4MG
021134/003 NITROSTAT NITROGLYCERIN TABLET/SUBLINGUAL 0.6MG
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

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020145/003 NITRO-DUR NITROGLYCERIN FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 0.3MG per HR
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What are the results of swallowing Nitrostat pills?
Asked by Albertine Rocconi 1 year ago.

Nitrostat pill is vasodilator special for coronary heart disease and its action only for few minutes.It use for direct absorbe through mouth membrane,If swallowing It will cut most of its strenght.Only dangerous for high dosage is drop down the blood pressure suddenly.If after few minutes nothing happen the danger is over. Answered by Loren Lover 1 year ago.

Well, I assume you are not having chest pain... because if you were given a prescription for Nitrostat, you would know not to swallow it. Anyway, Nitrostat can cause dizziness, blurred vision, fainting, slow hear rate, headache. Answered by Olin Slechta 1 year ago.

Probably not too much effect from swallowing. They are designed to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream by dissolving under your tongue Nitroglycerin is a potent vasodilator, so the symptoms are flushing, dizziness, headache and nausea. Answered by Jude Feliciano 1 year ago.


Nitrostat is a brand of nitroglycerin that's given by which route of adminstration?
A. chewable B. buccal C. oral D. sublingual What type of base is Eucerin? A. a water-in-oil emulsion B. a oil-in-water emulsion C. a type of cold cream D. a type of petrolatum Asked by Stephaine Maino 1 year ago.

Nitrostat is D, sublingual Eucerin contains Water, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil,Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone.To me that means that is is D- a type of petrolatum. Answered by Joe Petway 1 year ago.

The first one is sublingual. Answered by Chana Rotan 1 year ago.


Seen a couple of questions regarding nitrostat with possible overdose symptoms.?
I am a heart patient and take isosorbide mononitrate to release nitro continually. In the event of possible cardiac arrest, would nitrostat be overly enhanced, and safe to take in combination? Asked by Alethia Fauber 1 year ago.

I can assure you that if you were unfortunate enough to have a cardiac arrest nitrostat (nitroglycerine), with its effect of dropping an already low blood pressure, would be the very last thing that doctors would dream of using. They would be too busy considering using adrenaline to bring the blood pressure up again. If you are thinking about an episode of angina, where the artery has not yet blocked completely but is not allowing a full blood flow, then I suggest you talk to your doctor. He may feel a small dose of nitroglycerine is appropriate and recommend the dose. Answered by Shayna Pochintesta 1 year ago.


What is nitrostat it is a kind of pill thats all i know?
i found it in my new home i was wondering what it is and what it does Asked by Terry Rainbott 1 year ago.

Preventing or relieving a sudden attack of angina (chest pain) caused by heart disease. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Nitrostat is a nitrate. It works by dilating (widening) blood vessels. Chest pain occurs when the heart needs more oxygen than it can get. Dilating blood vessels allows blood to flow more easily. This reduces the heart's workload and the amount of oxygen needed by the heart. Answered by Leandra Capulong 1 year ago.


What will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets)?
what will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets) Asked by Beaulah Lunney 1 year ago.

your blood pressure will drastically drop causing you to pass out, or possibly cause death. This is not something you want to do. Answered by Mauricio Kill 1 year ago.

Nitrostat Nitroglycerin Answered by Felisha Vaneyck 1 year ago.

u will explode.....ever seen cartoons nitroglycerin is like dynamite. J/K hellifiknow? Answered by Kyong Vitro 1 year ago.

You get a free pass, but no $200, and fastrack to the STUPID LINE and a strict NO BREEDING PENALTY. Answered by Evalyn Hieserich 1 year ago.


A nitrostat patch.....?
a. would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure b. would show decreased effects with time (tolerance) c. contains isosorbide mononitrate d. has a duration of action of five days Asked by Walter Hyer 1 year ago.

Nitro patches show decreased effects over time when worn continuously. So, patients generally wear them for 12-14 hours at a time, then off for 10-12 hours to negate this effect. If you read the prescribing info leaflet (should be able to find this easly if you Google it) it should verify this. So, answer is B. Answered by Colette Spizzirri 1 year ago.

I agree, the answer is b, however it would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure also. Answered by Rosenda Rosie 1 year ago.


Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet?
Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot... Asked by Kerri Rebuck 1 year ago.

Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot meds that keep her mouth very dry. Would dr have any problem adding more tablets ? Thank you Answered by Violeta Reinier 1 year ago.

and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. i disagree with this comment. People with heart failure is it well know many of the heart meds lead to dry mouth.This is why many heart failure patients end up losing their teeth. If your aunt is having problems with nitro working due to dentures, I would submit she explain to the dr, with no dentures in her mouth, she can make one tablet work, but only encounters problems, when the dentures are in her mouth. I do not know how you can cover up a heart problem.Unless she is using 25 tablets a day, she would have serious problems. This sounds more like not being able to put the tablet in the correct area, where it can make contact and work as it would without the dentures is my take on this. You cannot cover up chest pain. Answered by Dina Engblom 1 year ago.

She'll have to take this up with the doctor. Perhaps he can do something for dry mouth. That cannot be very comfortable, and if she's dehydrated than can enhance the hypotensive effects of the Nitrostat. Your aunt can ask the doctor if she can "cheek" the tablet, if that would be easier for her. The usual Rx is 25 tablets - which is just as well, as doc needs to know your aunt's status and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. Hope that helps. Good health. Answered by Elayne Matty 1 year ago.

I do not understand why dentures would interfere with sub-lingual (tongue delivery) of nitro? Please explain why. Perhaps a sip of water prior to nitro would help. Bucchal or "cheeking" would have the same delivery affect. But please verify with a pharmacist. How long does it take her to use the 25 pills given at a time? You did not mention that either since that seems to be your main concern! Remember that nitro looses effect when not stored properly! Either you are not storing nitro properly and effectiveness is being lost or your aunt is sicker than the doc thinks! I wish your family health and wellness. Answered by Yuk Occhipinti 1 year ago.

Nitrostat 0.4 Mg Answered by Julio Mccranie 1 year ago.


My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says?
It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tolerance" Do you think she enjoys having chest pain ? What else would you suggest , she do ignore the pain ? I never heard anybody say do not take nitro for heart pain,with your advice she will be dead. Asked by Taryn Milligan 1 year ago.

My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says her 25 tablets of nitrostat must last her 30 days and cannot be refilled early.Even though she suffers from serve heart failure and she has bouts of chest pain ,she uses her bottle up before 30 days. Can a dr's office tell a patient they are allowed to some bouts of chest pain or otherwise they sound like they want to accuse her abuse of this medication for her chest pains. She cannot switch her chest pain on and off at will. What should my mom do for she will run out before 30 days and most likely she will end up in the ER when the dr refuses to refill her heart medication. She normally is 2 1/2 to 3 weeks in between refills. 90"% of heart muscle is dead. What should we do ? Answered by Dominica Kadelak 1 year ago.

If at all possible, she should consider changing doctors...hers is apparently not concerned with her welfare if he's restricting her medicine like this. She also should talk to the pharmacist where she gets her prescription when it gets close to running out (when she's down to about 5 or 6 pills) and see if they will let her buy an "emergency supply"; sometimes they will...or they will call the doctor and get him to authorize another refill for her until she can go back to the doctor. If she can't change doctors, she needs to really talk to her doctor and explain to him how much trouble she has with chest pain. He needs to understand how bad the problem is. Also, and I'm sure she knows this, if he has her on any special diet or exercise regimen, she needs to do her best to follow it...this may help improve her condition somewhat; I know there's not alot that can be done with her heart being in such bad shape, but she needs to follow his directions to the best of her ability. Answered by Earlean Mouldin 1 year ago.

Its clear you don't understand how nitro works. Nitro works by thinning the blood. It is through this that eases the pain in the heart. Chest pain is caused by your heart not being "happy". It is your heart's way of telling you something is wrong. While chest pain can, and often is serious, it is not always a "major event". The previous poster is correct, your body builds a tolerance to nitro. Further, since it is a blood thinner it can also complicate other matters. If she has heart failure, nitro isn't going to help in the long term. You need to face reality that CHF is a fatal disease and most medications are for comfort. There is a prescription med shortage and nitro is one of the drugs that is in short supply. If she experiences chest discomfort you need to call 911. Whether she has nitro or not the ALS crew can give her nitro. Answered by James Janousek 1 year ago.

She is still not stabilized on the nitroglycerin. So she needs to see the doctor for pills in the same class that will help her. It's the right drug, but she is still not stable. Further, does she have other causes of chest pain that are untreated? GERD can simulate chest pain, and is treated differently. Answered by Era Hissong 1 year ago.

It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tollerance" effect where the medication no longer assists. She needs to discuss a different form of medication if she is needing this medication every day or multiple times every day. If she has high blood pressure this is even more of a concern. Answered by Marhta Hagemann 1 year ago.


A Nitrostat patch is?
Asked by Nicola Stuckett 1 year ago.

These Patches are having Nitroglycerin and are used to prevent Premature onset of labor and they are effective also if applied on abdomen properly and on proper timings Answered by Bruno Swehla 1 year ago.


What are the results of swallowing Nitrostat pills?
Asked by Franklin Beckey 1 year ago.

Nitrostat pill is vasodilator special for coronary heart disease and its action only for few minutes.It use for direct absorbe through mouth membrane,If swallowing It will cut most of its strenght.Only dangerous for high dosage is drop down the blood pressure suddenly.If after few minutes nothing happen the danger is over. Answered by Mei Hartel 1 year ago.

Well, I assume you are not having chest pain... because if you were given a prescription for Nitrostat, you would know not to swallow it. Anyway, Nitrostat can cause dizziness, blurred vision, fainting, slow hear rate, headache. Answered by Nadene Jadin 1 year ago.

Probably not too much effect from swallowing. They are designed to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream by dissolving under your tongue Nitroglycerin is a potent vasodilator, so the symptoms are flushing, dizziness, headache and nausea. Answered by Michaele Selking 1 year ago.


Nitrostat is a brand of nitroglycerin that's given by which route of adminstration?
A. chewable B. buccal C. oral D. sublingual What type of base is Eucerin? A. a water-in-oil emulsion B. a oil-in-water emulsion C. a type of cold cream D. a type of petrolatum Asked by Rubye Overlie 1 year ago.

Nitrostat is D, sublingual Eucerin contains Water, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil,Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone.To me that means that is is D- a type of petrolatum. Answered by Lakendra Boehl 1 year ago.

The first one is sublingual. Answered by Lani Pettijohn 1 year ago.


Seen a couple of questions regarding nitrostat with possible overdose symptoms.?
I am a heart patient and take isosorbide mononitrate to release nitro continually. In the event of possible cardiac arrest, would nitrostat be overly enhanced, and safe to take in combination? Asked by Melani Raker 1 year ago.

I can assure you that if you were unfortunate enough to have a cardiac arrest nitrostat (nitroglycerine), with its effect of dropping an already low blood pressure, would be the very last thing that doctors would dream of using. They would be too busy considering using adrenaline to bring the blood pressure up again. If you are thinking about an episode of angina, where the artery has not yet blocked completely but is not allowing a full blood flow, then I suggest you talk to your doctor. He may feel a small dose of nitroglycerine is appropriate and recommend the dose. Answered by Kathern Curlin 1 year ago.


What is nitrostat it is a kind of pill thats all i know?
i found it in my new home i was wondering what it is and what it does Asked by Bridgette Hobson 1 year ago.

Preventing or relieving a sudden attack of angina (chest pain) caused by heart disease. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Nitrostat is a nitrate. It works by dilating (widening) blood vessels. Chest pain occurs when the heart needs more oxygen than it can get. Dilating blood vessels allows blood to flow more easily. This reduces the heart's workload and the amount of oxygen needed by the heart. Answered by Rudolph Redeker 1 year ago.


What will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets)?
what will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets) Asked by Toccara Connet 1 year ago.

your blood pressure will drastically drop causing you to pass out, or possibly cause death. This is not something you want to do. Answered by Julie Branter 1 year ago.

Nitrostat Nitroglycerin Answered by Quinn Sarks 1 year ago.

u will explode.....ever seen cartoons nitroglycerin is like dynamite. J/K hellifiknow? Answered by Shalon Brod 1 year ago.

You get a free pass, but no $200, and fastrack to the STUPID LINE and a strict NO BREEDING PENALTY. Answered by Gertrudis Nichois 1 year ago.


A nitrostat patch.....?
a. would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure b. would show decreased effects with time (tolerance) c. contains isosorbide mononitrate d. has a duration of action of five days Asked by Bao Lukasiewicz 1 year ago.

Nitro patches show decreased effects over time when worn continuously. So, patients generally wear them for 12-14 hours at a time, then off for 10-12 hours to negate this effect. If you read the prescribing info leaflet (should be able to find this easly if you Google it) it should verify this. So, answer is B. Answered by Burton Wentling 1 year ago.

I agree, the answer is b, however it would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure also. Answered by Tereasa Bernardini 1 year ago.


Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet?
Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot... Asked by Deidra Korey 1 year ago.

Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot meds that keep her mouth very dry. Would dr have any problem adding more tablets ? Thank you Answered by Meridith Frija 1 year ago.

and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. i disagree with this comment. People with heart failure is it well know many of the heart meds lead to dry mouth.This is why many heart failure patients end up losing their teeth. If your aunt is having problems with nitro working due to dentures, I would submit she explain to the dr, with no dentures in her mouth, she can make one tablet work, but only encounters problems, when the dentures are in her mouth. I do not know how you can cover up a heart problem.Unless she is using 25 tablets a day, she would have serious problems. This sounds more like not being able to put the tablet in the correct area, where it can make contact and work as it would without the dentures is my take on this. You cannot cover up chest pain. Answered by Avery Carnevale 1 year ago.

She'll have to take this up with the doctor. Perhaps he can do something for dry mouth. That cannot be very comfortable, and if she's dehydrated than can enhance the hypotensive effects of the Nitrostat. Your aunt can ask the doctor if she can "cheek" the tablet, if that would be easier for her. The usual Rx is 25 tablets - which is just as well, as doc needs to know your aunt's status and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. Hope that helps. Good health. Answered by Lani Laban 1 year ago.

I do not understand why dentures would interfere with sub-lingual (tongue delivery) of nitro? Please explain why. Perhaps a sip of water prior to nitro would help. Bucchal or "cheeking" would have the same delivery affect. But please verify with a pharmacist. How long does it take her to use the 25 pills given at a time? You did not mention that either since that seems to be your main concern! Remember that nitro looses effect when not stored properly! Either you are not storing nitro properly and effectiveness is being lost or your aunt is sicker than the doc thinks! I wish your family health and wellness. Answered by Beatris Huntley 1 year ago.

Nitrostat 0.4 Mg Answered by Felton Zombro 1 year ago.


My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says?
It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tolerance" Do you think she enjoys having chest pain ? What else would you suggest , she do ignore the pain ? I never heard anybody say do not take nitro for heart pain,with your advice she will be dead. Asked by Lisandra Frommer 1 year ago.

My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says her 25 tablets of nitrostat must last her 30 days and cannot be refilled early.Even though she suffers from serve heart failure and she has bouts of chest pain ,she uses her bottle up before 30 days. Can a dr's office tell a patient they are allowed to some bouts of chest pain or otherwise they sound like they want to accuse her abuse of this medication for her chest pains. She cannot switch her chest pain on and off at will. What should my mom do for she will run out before 30 days and most likely she will end up in the ER when the dr refuses to refill her heart medication. She normally is 2 1/2 to 3 weeks in between refills. 90"% of heart muscle is dead. What should we do ? Answered by Florance Kerekes 1 year ago.

If at all possible, she should consider changing doctors...hers is apparently not concerned with her welfare if he's restricting her medicine like this. She also should talk to the pharmacist where she gets her prescription when it gets close to running out (when she's down to about 5 or 6 pills) and see if they will let her buy an "emergency supply"; sometimes they will...or they will call the doctor and get him to authorize another refill for her until she can go back to the doctor. If she can't change doctors, she needs to really talk to her doctor and explain to him how much trouble she has with chest pain. He needs to understand how bad the problem is. Also, and I'm sure she knows this, if he has her on any special diet or exercise regimen, she needs to do her best to follow it...this may help improve her condition somewhat; I know there's not alot that can be done with her heart being in such bad shape, but she needs to follow his directions to the best of her ability. Answered by Chandra Matus 1 year ago.

Its clear you don't understand how nitro works. Nitro works by thinning the blood. It is through this that eases the pain in the heart. Chest pain is caused by your heart not being "happy". It is your heart's way of telling you something is wrong. While chest pain can, and often is serious, it is not always a "major event". The previous poster is correct, your body builds a tolerance to nitro. Further, since it is a blood thinner it can also complicate other matters. If she has heart failure, nitro isn't going to help in the long term. You need to face reality that CHF is a fatal disease and most medications are for comfort. There is a prescription med shortage and nitro is one of the drugs that is in short supply. If she experiences chest discomfort you need to call 911. Whether she has nitro or not the ALS crew can give her nitro. Answered by Natasha Kravs 1 year ago.

She is still not stabilized on the nitroglycerin. So she needs to see the doctor for pills in the same class that will help her. It's the right drug, but she is still not stable. Further, does she have other causes of chest pain that are untreated? GERD can simulate chest pain, and is treated differently. Answered by Mellie Mann 1 year ago.

It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tollerance" effect where the medication no longer assists. She needs to discuss a different form of medication if she is needing this medication every day or multiple times every day. If she has high blood pressure this is even more of a concern. Answered by Olin Disalvatore 1 year ago.


A Nitrostat patch is?
Asked by Casey Ulland 1 year ago.

These Patches are having Nitroglycerin and are used to prevent Premature onset of labor and they are effective also if applied on abdomen properly and on proper timings Answered by Larue Solorsano 1 year ago.


What are the results of swallowing Nitrostat pills?
Asked by Rachel Groehler 1 year ago.

Nitrostat pill is vasodilator special for coronary heart disease and its action only for few minutes.It use for direct absorbe through mouth membrane,If swallowing It will cut most of its strenght.Only dangerous for high dosage is drop down the blood pressure suddenly.If after few minutes nothing happen the danger is over. Answered by Yahaira Eschenbacher 1 year ago.

Well, I assume you are not having chest pain... because if you were given a prescription for Nitrostat, you would know not to swallow it. Anyway, Nitrostat can cause dizziness, blurred vision, fainting, slow hear rate, headache. Answered by Christa Huelskamp 1 year ago.

Probably not too much effect from swallowing. They are designed to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream by dissolving under your tongue Nitroglycerin is a potent vasodilator, so the symptoms are flushing, dizziness, headache and nausea. Answered by Patience Moine 1 year ago.


Nitrostat is a brand of nitroglycerin that's given by which route of adminstration?
A. chewable B. buccal C. oral D. sublingual What type of base is Eucerin? A. a water-in-oil emulsion B. a oil-in-water emulsion C. a type of cold cream D. a type of petrolatum Asked by Deidra Nickodem 1 year ago.

Nitrostat is D, sublingual Eucerin contains Water, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil,Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone.To me that means that is is D- a type of petrolatum. Answered by Vera Torkelson 1 year ago.

The first one is sublingual. Answered by Marica Kander 1 year ago.


Seen a couple of questions regarding nitrostat with possible overdose symptoms.?
I am a heart patient and take isosorbide mononitrate to release nitro continually. In the event of possible cardiac arrest, would nitrostat be overly enhanced, and safe to take in combination? Asked by Phyllis Tolosa 1 year ago.

I can assure you that if you were unfortunate enough to have a cardiac arrest nitrostat (nitroglycerine), with its effect of dropping an already low blood pressure, would be the very last thing that doctors would dream of using. They would be too busy considering using adrenaline to bring the blood pressure up again. If you are thinking about an episode of angina, where the artery has not yet blocked completely but is not allowing a full blood flow, then I suggest you talk to your doctor. He may feel a small dose of nitroglycerine is appropriate and recommend the dose. Answered by Ferdinand Pentz 1 year ago.


What is nitrostat it is a kind of pill thats all i know?
i found it in my new home i was wondering what it is and what it does Asked by Kimberly Eisenhauer 1 year ago.

Preventing or relieving a sudden attack of angina (chest pain) caused by heart disease. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Nitrostat is a nitrate. It works by dilating (widening) blood vessels. Chest pain occurs when the heart needs more oxygen than it can get. Dilating blood vessels allows blood to flow more easily. This reduces the heart's workload and the amount of oxygen needed by the heart. Answered by Thad Ezer 1 year ago.


What will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets)?
what will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets) Asked by Sylvie Lindboe 1 year ago.

your blood pressure will drastically drop causing you to pass out, or possibly cause death. This is not something you want to do. Answered by Leola Iler 1 year ago.

Nitrostat Nitroglycerin Answered by Lourdes Coachman 1 year ago.

u will explode.....ever seen cartoons nitroglycerin is like dynamite. J/K hellifiknow? Answered by Taina Vashaw 1 year ago.

You get a free pass, but no $200, and fastrack to the STUPID LINE and a strict NO BREEDING PENALTY. Answered by Roselyn Tehney 1 year ago.


A nitrostat patch.....?
a. would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure b. would show decreased effects with time (tolerance) c. contains isosorbide mononitrate d. has a duration of action of five days Asked by Willian Shawe 1 year ago.

Nitro patches show decreased effects over time when worn continuously. So, patients generally wear them for 12-14 hours at a time, then off for 10-12 hours to negate this effect. If you read the prescribing info leaflet (should be able to find this easly if you Google it) it should verify this. So, answer is B. Answered by Bianca Reiser 1 year ago.

I agree, the answer is b, however it would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure also. Answered by Isis Dziewanowski 1 year ago.


Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet?
Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot... Asked by Marlana Parmele 1 year ago.

Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot meds that keep her mouth very dry. Would dr have any problem adding more tablets ? Thank you Answered by Waneta Horkey 1 year ago.

and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. i disagree with this comment. People with heart failure is it well know many of the heart meds lead to dry mouth.This is why many heart failure patients end up losing their teeth. If your aunt is having problems with nitro working due to dentures, I would submit she explain to the dr, with no dentures in her mouth, she can make one tablet work, but only encounters problems, when the dentures are in her mouth. I do not know how you can cover up a heart problem.Unless she is using 25 tablets a day, she would have serious problems. This sounds more like not being able to put the tablet in the correct area, where it can make contact and work as it would without the dentures is my take on this. You cannot cover up chest pain. Answered by Lillian Freelove 1 year ago.

She'll have to take this up with the doctor. Perhaps he can do something for dry mouth. That cannot be very comfortable, and if she's dehydrated than can enhance the hypotensive effects of the Nitrostat. Your aunt can ask the doctor if she can "cheek" the tablet, if that would be easier for her. The usual Rx is 25 tablets - which is just as well, as doc needs to know your aunt's status and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. Hope that helps. Good health. Answered by Lamar Brickel 1 year ago.

I do not understand why dentures would interfere with sub-lingual (tongue delivery) of nitro? Please explain why. Perhaps a sip of water prior to nitro would help. Bucchal or "cheeking" would have the same delivery affect. But please verify with a pharmacist. How long does it take her to use the 25 pills given at a time? You did not mention that either since that seems to be your main concern! Remember that nitro looses effect when not stored properly! Either you are not storing nitro properly and effectiveness is being lost or your aunt is sicker than the doc thinks! I wish your family health and wellness. Answered by Ilana Zwicker 1 year ago.

Nitrostat 0.4 Mg Answered by Morgan Siskin 1 year ago.


My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says?
It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tolerance" Do you think she enjoys having chest pain ? What else would you suggest , she do ignore the pain ? I never heard anybody say do not take nitro for heart pain,with your advice she will be dead. Asked by Saturnina Dehaven 1 year ago.

My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says her 25 tablets of nitrostat must last her 30 days and cannot be refilled early.Even though she suffers from serve heart failure and she has bouts of chest pain ,she uses her bottle up before 30 days. Can a dr's office tell a patient they are allowed to some bouts of chest pain or otherwise they sound like they want to accuse her abuse of this medication for her chest pains. She cannot switch her chest pain on and off at will. What should my mom do for she will run out before 30 days and most likely she will end up in the ER when the dr refuses to refill her heart medication. She normally is 2 1/2 to 3 weeks in between refills. 90"% of heart muscle is dead. What should we do ? Answered by Elisa Croft 1 year ago.

If at all possible, she should consider changing doctors...hers is apparently not concerned with her welfare if he's restricting her medicine like this. She also should talk to the pharmacist where she gets her prescription when it gets close to running out (when she's down to about 5 or 6 pills) and see if they will let her buy an "emergency supply"; sometimes they will...or they will call the doctor and get him to authorize another refill for her until she can go back to the doctor. If she can't change doctors, she needs to really talk to her doctor and explain to him how much trouble she has with chest pain. He needs to understand how bad the problem is. Also, and I'm sure she knows this, if he has her on any special diet or exercise regimen, she needs to do her best to follow it...this may help improve her condition somewhat; I know there's not alot that can be done with her heart being in such bad shape, but she needs to follow his directions to the best of her ability. Answered by Rozella Fenelus 1 year ago.

Its clear you don't understand how nitro works. Nitro works by thinning the blood. It is through this that eases the pain in the heart. Chest pain is caused by your heart not being "happy". It is your heart's way of telling you something is wrong. While chest pain can, and often is serious, it is not always a "major event". The previous poster is correct, your body builds a tolerance to nitro. Further, since it is a blood thinner it can also complicate other matters. If she has heart failure, nitro isn't going to help in the long term. You need to face reality that CHF is a fatal disease and most medications are for comfort. There is a prescription med shortage and nitro is one of the drugs that is in short supply. If she experiences chest discomfort you need to call 911. Whether she has nitro or not the ALS crew can give her nitro. Answered by Malena Penniman 1 year ago.

She is still not stabilized on the nitroglycerin. So she needs to see the doctor for pills in the same class that will help her. It's the right drug, but she is still not stable. Further, does she have other causes of chest pain that are untreated? GERD can simulate chest pain, and is treated differently. Answered by Milissa Osterhout 1 year ago.

It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tollerance" effect where the medication no longer assists. She needs to discuss a different form of medication if she is needing this medication every day or multiple times every day. If she has high blood pressure this is even more of a concern. Answered by Clarinda Nave 1 year ago.


A Nitrostat patch is?
Asked by Tajuana Camilli 1 year ago.

These Patches are having Nitroglycerin and are used to prevent Premature onset of labor and they are effective also if applied on abdomen properly and on proper timings Answered by Jamison Ressel 1 year ago.


What are the results of swallowing Nitrostat pills?
Asked by Boris Martian 1 year ago.

Nitrostat pill is vasodilator special for coronary heart disease and its action only for few minutes.It use for direct absorbe through mouth membrane,If swallowing It will cut most of its strenght.Only dangerous for high dosage is drop down the blood pressure suddenly.If after few minutes nothing happen the danger is over. Answered by Tam Skowron 1 year ago.

Well, I assume you are not having chest pain... because if you were given a prescription for Nitrostat, you would know not to swallow it. Anyway, Nitrostat can cause dizziness, blurred vision, fainting, slow hear rate, headache. Answered by Marketta Kordish 1 year ago.

Probably not too much effect from swallowing. They are designed to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream by dissolving under your tongue Nitroglycerin is a potent vasodilator, so the symptoms are flushing, dizziness, headache and nausea. Answered by Jonah Rodin 1 year ago.


Nitrostat is a brand of nitroglycerin that's given by which route of adminstration?
A. chewable B. buccal C. oral D. sublingual What type of base is Eucerin? A. a water-in-oil emulsion B. a oil-in-water emulsion C. a type of cold cream D. a type of petrolatum Asked by Leann Balius 1 year ago.

Nitrostat is D, sublingual Eucerin contains Water, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil,Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone.To me that means that is is D- a type of petrolatum. Answered by Kalyn Cradler 1 year ago.

The first one is sublingual. Answered by Britt Sub 1 year ago.


Seen a couple of questions regarding nitrostat with possible overdose symptoms.?
I am a heart patient and take isosorbide mononitrate to release nitro continually. In the event of possible cardiac arrest, would nitrostat be overly enhanced, and safe to take in combination? Asked by Leon Finfrock 1 year ago.

I can assure you that if you were unfortunate enough to have a cardiac arrest nitrostat (nitroglycerine), with its effect of dropping an already low blood pressure, would be the very last thing that doctors would dream of using. They would be too busy considering using adrenaline to bring the blood pressure up again. If you are thinking about an episode of angina, where the artery has not yet blocked completely but is not allowing a full blood flow, then I suggest you talk to your doctor. He may feel a small dose of nitroglycerine is appropriate and recommend the dose. Answered by Jack Suk 1 year ago.


What is nitrostat it is a kind of pill thats all i know?
i found it in my new home i was wondering what it is and what it does Asked by Bertha Bill 1 year ago.

Preventing or relieving a sudden attack of angina (chest pain) caused by heart disease. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Nitrostat is a nitrate. It works by dilating (widening) blood vessels. Chest pain occurs when the heart needs more oxygen than it can get. Dilating blood vessels allows blood to flow more easily. This reduces the heart's workload and the amount of oxygen needed by the heart. Answered by Santana Costellowo 1 year ago.


What will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets)?
what will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets) Asked by Assunta Stvrestil 1 year ago.

your blood pressure will drastically drop causing you to pass out, or possibly cause death. This is not something you want to do. Answered by Colby Quale 1 year ago.

Nitrostat Nitroglycerin Answered by Valeri Corriveau 1 year ago.

u will explode.....ever seen cartoons nitroglycerin is like dynamite. J/K hellifiknow? Answered by Tawna Feichter 1 year ago.

You get a free pass, but no $200, and fastrack to the STUPID LINE and a strict NO BREEDING PENALTY. Answered by Cedric Rosillo 1 year ago.


A nitrostat patch.....?
a. would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure b. would show decreased effects with time (tolerance) c. contains isosorbide mononitrate d. has a duration of action of five days Asked by Tyler Kusumoto 1 year ago.

Nitro patches show decreased effects over time when worn continuously. So, patients generally wear them for 12-14 hours at a time, then off for 10-12 hours to negate this effect. If you read the prescribing info leaflet (should be able to find this easly if you Google it) it should verify this. So, answer is B. Answered by Katheryn Dering 1 year ago.

I agree, the answer is b, however it would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure also. Answered by Rosaline Fusselman 1 year ago.


Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet?
Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot... Asked by Alethia Borzea 1 year ago.

Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot meds that keep her mouth very dry. Would dr have any problem adding more tablets ? Thank you Answered by Lenna Juhnke 1 year ago.

and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. i disagree with this comment. People with heart failure is it well know many of the heart meds lead to dry mouth.This is why many heart failure patients end up losing their teeth. If your aunt is having problems with nitro working due to dentures, I would submit she explain to the dr, with no dentures in her mouth, she can make one tablet work, but only encounters problems, when the dentures are in her mouth. I do not know how you can cover up a heart problem.Unless she is using 25 tablets a day, she would have serious problems. This sounds more like not being able to put the tablet in the correct area, where it can make contact and work as it would without the dentures is my take on this. You cannot cover up chest pain. Answered by Tori Gothard 1 year ago.

She'll have to take this up with the doctor. Perhaps he can do something for dry mouth. That cannot be very comfortable, and if she's dehydrated than can enhance the hypotensive effects of the Nitrostat. Your aunt can ask the doctor if she can "cheek" the tablet, if that would be easier for her. The usual Rx is 25 tablets - which is just as well, as doc needs to know your aunt's status and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. Hope that helps. Good health. Answered by Simona Kuhs 1 year ago.

I do not understand why dentures would interfere with sub-lingual (tongue delivery) of nitro? Please explain why. Perhaps a sip of water prior to nitro would help. Bucchal or "cheeking" would have the same delivery affect. But please verify with a pharmacist. How long does it take her to use the 25 pills given at a time? You did not mention that either since that seems to be your main concern! Remember that nitro looses effect when not stored properly! Either you are not storing nitro properly and effectiveness is being lost or your aunt is sicker than the doc thinks! I wish your family health and wellness. Answered by Youlanda Maltsberger 1 year ago.

Nitrostat 0.4 Mg Answered by Woodrow Dellos 1 year ago.


My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says?
It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tolerance" Do you think she enjoys having chest pain ? What else would you suggest , she do ignore the pain ? I never heard anybody say do not take nitro for heart pain,with your advice she will be dead. Asked by Kallie Carrigan 1 year ago.

My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says her 25 tablets of nitrostat must last her 30 days and cannot be refilled early.Even though she suffers from serve heart failure and she has bouts of chest pain ,she uses her bottle up before 30 days. Can a dr's office tell a patient they are allowed to some bouts of chest pain or otherwise they sound like they want to accuse her abuse of this medication for her chest pains. She cannot switch her chest pain on and off at will. What should my mom do for she will run out before 30 days and most likely she will end up in the ER when the dr refuses to refill her heart medication. She normally is 2 1/2 to 3 weeks in between refills. 90"% of heart muscle is dead. What should we do ? Answered by Tobie How 1 year ago.

If at all possible, she should consider changing doctors...hers is apparently not concerned with her welfare if he's restricting her medicine like this. She also should talk to the pharmacist where she gets her prescription when it gets close to running out (when she's down to about 5 or 6 pills) and see if they will let her buy an "emergency supply"; sometimes they will...or they will call the doctor and get him to authorize another refill for her until she can go back to the doctor. If she can't change doctors, she needs to really talk to her doctor and explain to him how much trouble she has with chest pain. He needs to understand how bad the problem is. Also, and I'm sure she knows this, if he has her on any special diet or exercise regimen, she needs to do her best to follow it...this may help improve her condition somewhat; I know there's not alot that can be done with her heart being in such bad shape, but she needs to follow his directions to the best of her ability. Answered by Candace Torrez 1 year ago.

Its clear you don't understand how nitro works. Nitro works by thinning the blood. It is through this that eases the pain in the heart. Chest pain is caused by your heart not being "happy". It is your heart's way of telling you something is wrong. While chest pain can, and often is serious, it is not always a "major event". The previous poster is correct, your body builds a tolerance to nitro. Further, since it is a blood thinner it can also complicate other matters. If she has heart failure, nitro isn't going to help in the long term. You need to face reality that CHF is a fatal disease and most medications are for comfort. There is a prescription med shortage and nitro is one of the drugs that is in short supply. If she experiences chest discomfort you need to call 911. Whether she has nitro or not the ALS crew can give her nitro. Answered by Kayleen Poncho 1 year ago.

She is still not stabilized on the nitroglycerin. So she needs to see the doctor for pills in the same class that will help her. It's the right drug, but she is still not stable. Further, does she have other causes of chest pain that are untreated? GERD can simulate chest pain, and is treated differently. Answered by Vania Nuckles 1 year ago.

It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tollerance" effect where the medication no longer assists. She needs to discuss a different form of medication if she is needing this medication every day or multiple times every day. If she has high blood pressure this is even more of a concern. Answered by Carita Dejaeger 1 year ago.


A Nitrostat patch is?
Asked by Kevin Abramowski 1 year ago.

These Patches are having Nitroglycerin and are used to prevent Premature onset of labor and they are effective also if applied on abdomen properly and on proper timings Answered by Bryon Alevras 1 year ago.


What are the results of swallowing Nitrostat pills?
Asked by Tandra Barstow 1 year ago.

Nitrostat pill is vasodilator special for coronary heart disease and its action only for few minutes.It use for direct absorbe through mouth membrane,If swallowing It will cut most of its strenght.Only dangerous for high dosage is drop down the blood pressure suddenly.If after few minutes nothing happen the danger is over. Answered by Reda Yeary 1 year ago.

Well, I assume you are not having chest pain... because if you were given a prescription for Nitrostat, you would know not to swallow it. Anyway, Nitrostat can cause dizziness, blurred vision, fainting, slow hear rate, headache. Answered by Josephina Adelblue 1 year ago.

Probably not too much effect from swallowing. They are designed to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream by dissolving under your tongue Nitroglycerin is a potent vasodilator, so the symptoms are flushing, dizziness, headache and nausea. Answered by Xuan Vanloon 1 year ago.


Nitrostat is a brand of nitroglycerin that's given by which route of adminstration?
A. chewable B. buccal C. oral D. sublingual What type of base is Eucerin? A. a water-in-oil emulsion B. a oil-in-water emulsion C. a type of cold cream D. a type of petrolatum Asked by Jacklyn Mowers 1 year ago.

Nitrostat is D, sublingual Eucerin contains Water, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil,Ceresin, Lanolin Alcohol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone.To me that means that is is D- a type of petrolatum. Answered by Amado Maco 1 year ago.

The first one is sublingual. Answered by Justa Landing 1 year ago.


Seen a couple of questions regarding nitrostat with possible overdose symptoms.?
I am a heart patient and take isosorbide mononitrate to release nitro continually. In the event of possible cardiac arrest, would nitrostat be overly enhanced, and safe to take in combination? Asked by Kathrin Denardo 1 year ago.

I can assure you that if you were unfortunate enough to have a cardiac arrest nitrostat (nitroglycerine), with its effect of dropping an already low blood pressure, would be the very last thing that doctors would dream of using. They would be too busy considering using adrenaline to bring the blood pressure up again. If you are thinking about an episode of angina, where the artery has not yet blocked completely but is not allowing a full blood flow, then I suggest you talk to your doctor. He may feel a small dose of nitroglycerine is appropriate and recommend the dose. Answered by Renae Bramuchi 1 year ago.


What is nitrostat it is a kind of pill thats all i know?
i found it in my new home i was wondering what it is and what it does Asked by Joelle Lapping 1 year ago.

Preventing or relieving a sudden attack of angina (chest pain) caused by heart disease. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Nitrostat is a nitrate. It works by dilating (widening) blood vessels. Chest pain occurs when the heart needs more oxygen than it can get. Dilating blood vessels allows blood to flow more easily. This reduces the heart's workload and the amount of oxygen needed by the heart. Answered by Monika Rall 1 year ago.


What will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets)?
what will happen if you snort nitrostat (nitroglycerin tablets) Asked by Jessica Gurrola 1 year ago.

your blood pressure will drastically drop causing you to pass out, or possibly cause death. This is not something you want to do. Answered by Jaquelyn Wickstrom 1 year ago.

Nitrostat Nitroglycerin Answered by Katharyn Warchal 1 year ago.

u will explode.....ever seen cartoons nitroglycerin is like dynamite. J/K hellifiknow? Answered by Wan Stancoven 1 year ago.

You get a free pass, but no $200, and fastrack to the STUPID LINE and a strict NO BREEDING PENALTY. Answered by Giovanna Tarasuik 1 year ago.


A nitrostat patch.....?
a. would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure b. would show decreased effects with time (tolerance) c. contains isosorbide mononitrate d. has a duration of action of five days Asked by Lakiesha Mondell 1 year ago.

Nitro patches show decreased effects over time when worn continuously. So, patients generally wear them for 12-14 hours at a time, then off for 10-12 hours to negate this effect. If you read the prescribing info leaflet (should be able to find this easly if you Google it) it should verify this. So, answer is B. Answered by Fredrick Reighley 1 year ago.

I agree, the answer is b, however it would aid in the treatment of high blood pressure also. Answered by Jeramy Crowdis 1 year ago.


Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet?
Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot... Asked by Debera Cuneio 1 year ago.

Can anybody tell me my aunt takes NITROSTAT 0.4MG TABS 25'S she also has dentures its hard to put tablet under her tongue to make tablet dissolve, so it takes about 3 tablets to get relief.Her Dr gives 25 per RX. Using the above issues can the dr provided more tablets like 50-75 - She has heart failure on lot meds that keep her mouth very dry. Would dr have any problem adding more tablets ? Thank you Answered by Marcelle Breer 1 year ago.

and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. i disagree with this comment. People with heart failure is it well know many of the heart meds lead to dry mouth.This is why many heart failure patients end up losing their teeth. If your aunt is having problems with nitro working due to dentures, I would submit she explain to the dr, with no dentures in her mouth, she can make one tablet work, but only encounters problems, when the dentures are in her mouth. I do not know how you can cover up a heart problem.Unless she is using 25 tablets a day, she would have serious problems. This sounds more like not being able to put the tablet in the correct area, where it can make contact and work as it would without the dentures is my take on this. You cannot cover up chest pain. Answered by Marya Bilbro 1 year ago.

She'll have to take this up with the doctor. Perhaps he can do something for dry mouth. That cannot be very comfortable, and if she's dehydrated than can enhance the hypotensive effects of the Nitrostat. Your aunt can ask the doctor if she can "cheek" the tablet, if that would be easier for her. The usual Rx is 25 tablets - which is just as well, as doc needs to know your aunt's status and reaction and a larger quantity would cover it up and lead to a potentially risky situation. Hope that helps. Good health. Answered by Nova Janovsek 1 year ago.

I do not understand why dentures would interfere with sub-lingual (tongue delivery) of nitro? Please explain why. Perhaps a sip of water prior to nitro would help. Bucchal or "cheeking" would have the same delivery affect. But please verify with a pharmacist. How long does it take her to use the 25 pills given at a time? You did not mention that either since that seems to be your main concern! Remember that nitro looses effect when not stored properly! Either you are not storing nitro properly and effectiveness is being lost or your aunt is sicker than the doc thinks! I wish your family health and wellness. Answered by Gilberte Susla 1 year ago.

Nitrostat 0.4 Mg Answered by Julissa Becks 1 year ago.


My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says?
It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tolerance" Do you think she enjoys having chest pain ? What else would you suggest , she do ignore the pain ? I never heard anybody say do not take nitro for heart pain,with your advice she will be dead. Asked by Mitzie Ackroyd 1 year ago.

My mom takes nitrostat for chest pain she received a refill with 1 remaining the nurse at dr's office says her 25 tablets of nitrostat must last her 30 days and cannot be refilled early.Even though she suffers from serve heart failure and she has bouts of chest pain ,she uses her bottle up before 30 days. Can a dr's office tell a patient they are allowed to some bouts of chest pain or otherwise they sound like they want to accuse her abuse of this medication for her chest pains. She cannot switch her chest pain on and off at will. What should my mom do for she will run out before 30 days and most likely she will end up in the ER when the dr refuses to refill her heart medication. She normally is 2 1/2 to 3 weeks in between refills. 90"% of heart muscle is dead. What should we do ? Answered by Asley Iler 1 year ago.

If at all possible, she should consider changing doctors...hers is apparently not concerned with her welfare if he's restricting her medicine like this. She also should talk to the pharmacist where she gets her prescription when it gets close to running out (when she's down to about 5 or 6 pills) and see if they will let her buy an "emergency supply"; sometimes they will...or they will call the doctor and get him to authorize another refill for her until she can go back to the doctor. If she can't change doctors, she needs to really talk to her doctor and explain to him how much trouble she has with chest pain. He needs to understand how bad the problem is. Also, and I'm sure she knows this, if he has her on any special diet or exercise regimen, she needs to do her best to follow it...this may help improve her condition somewhat; I know there's not alot that can be done with her heart being in such bad shape, but she needs to follow his directions to the best of her ability. Answered by Caron Roenigk 1 year ago.

Its clear you don't understand how nitro works. Nitro works by thinning the blood. It is through this that eases the pain in the heart. Chest pain is caused by your heart not being "happy". It is your heart's way of telling you something is wrong. While chest pain can, and often is serious, it is not always a "major event". The previous poster is correct, your body builds a tolerance to nitro. Further, since it is a blood thinner it can also complicate other matters. If she has heart failure, nitro isn't going to help in the long term. You need to face reality that CHF is a fatal disease and most medications are for comfort. There is a prescription med shortage and nitro is one of the drugs that is in short supply. If she experiences chest discomfort you need to call 911. Whether she has nitro or not the ALS crew can give her nitro. Answered by Tobie Cunico 1 year ago.

She is still not stabilized on the nitroglycerin. So she needs to see the doctor for pills in the same class that will help her. It's the right drug, but she is still not stable. Further, does she have other causes of chest pain that are untreated? GERD can simulate chest pain, and is treated differently. Answered by Debbie Radler 1 year ago.

It is important not to take this medication too often as it can cause a "tollerance" effect where the medication no longer assists. She needs to discuss a different form of medication if she is needing this medication every day or multiple times every day. If she has high blood pressure this is even more of a concern. Answered by Kandi Griffing 1 year ago.


A Nitrostat patch is?
Asked by Nancie Blier 1 year ago.

These Patches are having Nitroglycerin and are used to prevent Premature onset of labor and they are effective also if applied on abdomen properly and on proper timings Answered by Phyllis Raup 1 year ago.


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