Long‐Acting Coronary Vasodilator Drugs: Metamine, Paveril, Nitroglyn and Peritrate

@article{Russek1955LongActingCV,
  title={Long‐Acting Coronary Vasodilator Drugs: Metamine, Paveril, Nitroglyn and Peritrate},
  author={H. Russek and B. L. Zohman and A. Drumm and W. Weingarten and V. J. Dorset},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1955},
  volume={12},
  pages={169–175}
}
Recognition of the value of glyceryl trinitrate (nitroglycerine) in the treatment and prevention of anginal attacks has confirmed the belief that coronary blood flow may be influenced favorably by drug therapy and has led to a search for vasodilators capable of more prolonged action. [...] Key Result In order to evaluate these drugs, the modifying action of each agent on the electrocardiographic response to standard exercise (Master two-step test) was recorded and compared in 21 carefully selected patients with…Expand
SELF‐REGULATING PROPHYLACTIC REGIMEN FOR ANGINA PECTORIS †
The pharmacologic approach to coronary insufficiency.
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  • Circulation
  • 1950