Isordil


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Isordil

 [i´sor-dil]
trademark for preparations of isosorbide dinitrate, a coronary vasodilator.

Isordil

(ī′sôr-dĭl′)
A trademark for the drug isosorbide dinitrate.
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Vasquez, 42, who had a history of heart problems, was seen by cardiologist Ramachandra Kolluru, who prescribed Isordil for heart pain.
Men who routinely use a class of medication called nitrates like nitroglycerine or isosorbide (Isordil), commonly prescribed to prevent or alleviate a form of heart pain called angina pectoris, should not take Viagra.
The FDA recently documented a case in which a doctor prescribed Isordil for a heart patient.
The drugs included in the study's basket were Dyazide, a blood pressure product; Procardia, used for heart problems; Slow-K, which boosts potassium; Hydrodiuril, a blood pressure drug; Isordil, a treatment for chest pain; Cardizem, also used for chest pain; Lasix, used to reduce high blood pressure and body fluid; Tenormin, a high blood pressure treatment; Inderal, a heart drug; and Tagamet, which is used to fight ulcers.