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Lupescu G et al.  
The Local Effects of Transdermal Nitroglycerine Treatment in Peripheral Vascular Pathology and in Various Other Diseases

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2001; 4 (4): 295-296

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Fig. 1: Nitroglyzerin transdermal Fig. 2: Nitroglyzerin transdermal

Keywords: lokale Effektetransdermales Nitroglyzerinlocal effectstransdermal nitroglycerine

Acting directly on the vascular smooth muscle by releasing NO, transdermal nitroglycerine (NG) induces not only general vasodilator effects, profitable for heart pathology, but also local effects favourable in various non-cardiac diseases: peripheral vascular, dermatologic, rheumatic, surgical. The local effects of NG thus reveal a new therapeutic aspect of this drug known for over a century, maybe as important as those represented by the classical effects of NG in heart diseases.
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