Nitrates

a group of drugs that widen blood vessels; used to treat insufficient blood supply to the heart (angina pectoris) and reduced pumping efficiency of the heart (heart failure)
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nitrates

A group of medications that are made from a chemical with a nitrogen base. Nitrates relax smooth muscle, dilate veins, lower blood pressure and improve blood flow through the coronary arteries. ... Examples include: nitroglycerin, erythrityl tetranitrate, isosorbide dinitrate, isosorbide mononitrate and pentaerythritol tetranitrate. ... (27 Sep 199...
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Nitrates

are a group of drugs used to increase the blood supply to the heart muscle, and reduce the number of angina chest pain attacks.
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Nitrates

are materials containing the “nitrate� ion group made of nitrogen and oxygen; sources include animal wastes and some fertilizers; can seep into groundwater; linked to human health problems, including 'blue baby' syndrome (methemoglobinemia).
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Nitrates

Certain salts of nitric acid, which are used as oxidizing agents in the manufacture of fertilizers.
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nitrates

Compounds of nitrogen, for plant growth, or for the fertilization are of importance.
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Nitrates

Nitrates is slang for amyl nitrate (or any associated inhalant drug).
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Nitrates

Salts of metals, formed with nitric acid.
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Nitrates

Traditionally used stimulant medication to treat conditions such as angina by causing blood vessels to dilate and stimulate blood flow.
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