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glyceryl

[′glis·ə·rəl]
(organic chemistry)
OCH2OCHOCH2≡ The functional group from glycerol, (CH2OH)2CHOH.
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Comparative Study of Glyceryl Trinitrate Ointment versus surgical management of chronic anal fissure.
Patel, "Meta-analysis of the use of glyceryl trinitrate ointment after haemorrhoidectomy as an analgesic and in promoting wound healing," International Journal of Surgery, vol.
Treatment of chronic anal fissure with topical glyceryl trinitrate. Dis Colon Rectum 1999;42:1007-10.
Randomised controlled trial shows that glyceryl trinitrate heals anal fissures, higher doses are not more effective, and there is a high recurrence rate.
Two patients, with chronic anal fissures presented with recurrent symptoms within one month of the completion of therapy both of them were successfully treated with repeat glyceryl trinitrate course.
Three-year followup study of topical glyceryl trinitrate treatment of chronic non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy.
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.
Table number 6 shows that the top three prescribed cardiovascular drugs were Glyceryl trinitrate (96.67%), Metoprolol (96.67%), and Aspirin (96.67%).
Fifty patients with preterm labour meeting the inclusion criteria were inducted in study and randomly allocated to the treatment group A (Nifedipine) and group B (Glyceryl trinitrate patch, GTN).
Objective: To compare the efficacy of internal sphincterotomy with topical 0.2% glyceryl trinitrate ointment after hemorrhoidectomy for pain relief.
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.