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Antianginal Peripheral Vasodilating Drugs
Antianginal and Peripheral Vasodilating Drugs
a disorder often caused by atherosclerotic plaque formation in the coronary arteries which causes decreased oxygen supply to the heart muscle and results in chest pain or pressure.
A disease characterized by deposits of fatty plaques on the inner wall of arteries.
A group of symptoms characterized by pain in the calf muscle of one or both legs, caused by walking and relieved by rest.
The inside diameter of a vessel such as an artery.
A convenient form of a drug administration in which the drug is impregnated in a pad and absorbed through the skin.
An increase in the side of blood vessels, primarily small arteries and arterioles.
List four forms of administration of nitrates.
List four common adverse reactions to calcium channel blockers.
List three disorders in which a peripheral vasodilating drug may be used.
Spastic Peripheral Vascular Disorders
List four conditions that the herbal supplement L-Arginine is marketed to improve or prevent.
Improve muscle growth
Improve wound healing