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What is the medication given for a heart attacked patient?

What is that thing called, the medicine give to a person who has heartproblems so they can use it when? having a heart attack? isnt there something they put under their tongue incase this happenes€?? what is it? i need it to write my narrative thanks
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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GTN (or Glycerine Tri-nitrate) is a medicine that vaso dilates the coronary arteries and is more often used in angina. In regular speak it opens up the blood vessels that supply the heart with blood as sometimes they can have reduced blood flow. Any thing else about it just ask.
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