Nitrolingual Pumpspray 200 Dose provides relief in less than a minute to Angina sufferers, whenever and wherever they need it.
Angina Pectoris is the medical term for chest pain or discomfort usually due to coronary artery disease (CAD). Angina is a symptom of a condition called myocardial ischemia. This symptom is felt when the heart muscle doesn’t get as much blood or oxygen as it needs, usually because the arteries have become narrowed or blocked. When this happens, it can cause uncomfortable pressure, fullness, squeezing, or pain in the centre of the chest. Discomfort also may be felt in the neck, jaw, shoulder, back, or arm.
Sometimes angina can be accompanied by shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness, or tiredness. Some people may break into a cold sweat, or feel their heart pounding. The discomfort usually develops gradually, without a sudden sharp pain. Without treatment, the pain can subside within about 20 minutes.
Fast Pain Relief with Nitrolingual Pump Spray:
In one study, 69% of patients reported pain relief within 60 seconds, compared to 38% of patients who experienced relief within 1 minute when using Nitroglycerin tablets.
Potent and Reliable for 24 Months:
Long shelf life from date of manufacture helps to ensure that Nitrolingual Pump Spray works when you need it. With a 2-year shelf life from the manufacture, Nitrolingual Pump Spray will be reliable and potent when you need it. And with the Pump Spray, there are no concerns regarding loss of potency due to light, moisture or handling.
2 convenient bottle sizes: a 60-metered spray bottle travelling pocket size and a 200-metered spray bottle.
Simple, Easy to Use and Reliable Spray:
Just one spray on or under the tongue provides a metered 0.4mg dose. When angina strikes, it is often sudden and unexpected, causing fear or even panic. Some patients may have difficulty removing small tablets from the packaging when they are in the midst of dealing with an attack. It can also be hard to remember to check expiration dates when time is of the essence.
More Patients Reported no Headache in One Study:
58% of patients taking Nitroglycerin lingual spray reported no headaches when compared with 39% of patients taking Nitroglycerin tablets. One of Nitroglycerin’s side effects is headaches. In this particular study, patients reported experiencing fewer and less severe headaches with Nitroglycerin lingual spray, as opposed to tablets.
How to use Nitrolingual Pumpspray 200 Dose:
Before using this product for the first time, the pump must be sprayed 5 times into the air (this is known as priming). The pump should be primed every 6 weeks to remain ready for use. If the product has not been used for 6 weeks, a prime of 1 spray is necessary.
NOTE: To familiarize yourself with the product and while priming the container, actuate the spray into the air (away from yourself and others).Get the feel of your finger resting on the grooved button so that you can use the spray in the dark. Do not shake the container before use. You may wish to keep additional pumpspray containers handy in convenient locations.
During an anginal attack, one or two sprays should be administered into your mouth, preferably onto or under the tongue. Do not inhale spray. The medication should not be expectorated or the mouth rinsed for 5 to 10 minutes following administration. A spray may be repeated approximately every 3-5 minutes as needed. No more than three metered sprays are recommended within a 15-minute period. If chest pain persists, prompt medical attention is recommended.
Nitrolingual Pumpspray may be used 5 to 10 minutes prior to engaging in activities which might provoke an acute attack. There are approximately 60 or 200 metered sprays of nitroglycerin per Nitrolingual Pumpspray bottle. However, the number of times the medication may be used is dependent on the number of sprays per use (1 or 2 sprays), and frequency of repriming.
Each metered spray of Nitrolingual Pumpspray delivers 400 mcg of nitroglycerin after an initial priming of 5 sprays. The container will remain adequately primed for 6 weeks. If the medication is not used within 6 weeks, it can be adequately reprimed with 1 spray. Longer storage periods without use may require up to 5 repriming sprays.
Precautions before using Nitrolingual Pumpspray 200 Dose:
Possible Side Effects whilst taking Nitrolingual Pumpspray:
Each spray of Nitrolingual Pumpspray 200 Dose contains:
400 micrograms glyceryl trinitrate. The bottle of 200 doses contains ethanol (20%), coconut oil, medium-chain partial glycerides, peppermint oil.
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