How to Administer Sublingual Nitroglycerin?

Answer Sublingual nitroglycerin is used in patients with coronary artery disease to relieve chest pain. Sublingual nitroglycerin is one of several forms of nitroglycerin, which also comes in a spray and a... Read More »

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How to Administer Sublingual Medication?

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If you apply the nitroglycerin patch and get positive results within the first few minutes, but after a short?

Either a progression of the coronary insufficiency or you're dosed too low. Get an ongoing EKG to correlate.