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Nitrates – Angina and Heart Failure Management

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Nitrates – Angina and Heart Failure Management by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course Cardiovascular Pharmacology. It contains the following chapters:

    • Nitrates

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    1. interacts with nitrates. Sildenafil will increase levels of cGMP by inhibiting its breakdown, while nitrates increase levels of cGMP by increasing its production.
    2. interacts with nitrates. Sildenafil will increase levels of cGMP by increasing its breakdown, while nitrates increase levels of cGMP by inhibiting its production.
    3. interacts with nitrates. Sildenafil will increase levels of cGMP by increasing its production, while nitrates increase levels of cGMP by decreasing its breakdown.
    4. interacts with nitrates. Sildenafil will decrease levels of cGMP by decreasing its breakdown, while nitrates decrease levels of cGMP by decreasing its production.
    1. stimulates cyclic GMP and dephosphorylation of light chain myosin phosphate.
    2. stimulates cyclic GMP and phosphorylation of light chain myosin phosphate.
    1. amyl or sodium nitrate, which induces methemoglobin; or sodium thiosulfate, which combines with cyanide to create thiocyanate. These products are excreted more easily.
    2. amyl or sodium nitrate, which induces methemoglobin; or sodium thiosulfate which combines with cyanide to create thiocyanate. These products are stored in the fat cells as inert compounds.
    3. amyl or sodium nitrate, which induces thiocyanate; or sodium thiosulfate, which combines with cyanide to create methemoglobin. These products are excreted more easily.
    4. amyl nitrate, which induces methemoglobin, which binds to cyanide; or sodium nitrate, which combines with cyanide to create sodium thiosulfate. These products are excreted more easily.

    Author of lecture Nitrates – Angina and Heart Failure Management

     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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