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glyceryl

[′glis·ə·rəl]
(organic chemistry)
OCH2OCHOCH2≡ The functional group from glycerol, (CH2OH)2CHOH.
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2% glyceryl trinitrate were compared for reducing pain after hemorrhoidectomy as in previous studies comparison was made between nitrates and calcium channel blocker or calcium channel blocker with internal sphincterotomy.
The role of topical diltiazem in the treatment of chronic anal fissures that have failed glyceryl trinitrate therapy.
Description: Decyl glucoside (and) polyglyceryl-10 caprylate/ caprate (and) coco glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate
Keywords: Fissure in ano, Topical Diltiazem, Topical Glyceryl TriNitrate, Chemical sphincterotomy, Visual analogue score.
Topical application of glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) ointment to the anal rim temporarily reduces resting anal sphincter pressure and promotes healing of fissures whilst minimising the risk of incontinence; however nitroglycerine has a significant risk of headaches.
Both shock wave therapy and topical glyceryl trinitrate may have a significant role to play in treating chronic noninsertional Achilles tendonopathy, but more studies are needed to support their use.
Two patients in the glyceryl trinitrate group declined to accept administration of the drug, and one did not follow correctly the indications for patch application and was removed from the data analysis.
Half a group of 80 randomly selected patients with chronic anal fissure was given glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) ointment to apply to the lower anal canal twice a day.
The INCI name of Tospearl microspheres is Polymethylsilsesquioxane (and) Polyquaternium-7 (and) PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate (and) Methylsilanol Tri-PEG-8 Glyceryl Cocoate.
Glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) causes increase in the local blood flow secondary to the vasodilatation of the vessels of anal muscles and also causes reduction in the intra anal pressure which aid in healing of anal fissure, but there is evidence that it has limited duration of action (4) and may be ineffective altogether.
We report an unusual case of a deployed stent migration into the distal part of right coronary artery after intracoronary glyceryl trinitrate administration during percutaneous coronary intervention.