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Antianginals

Also found in: Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. antianginal /an·ti·an·gi·nal/ (-an-ji´nal) preventing or alleviating angina, or an agent that does this.

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On the mode of action of antianginal drugs
Managing IHD and acute Myocardial Infarction
Antianginals typically increase effort tolerance on treadmill testing by 30 -60 Therapeutic targets: antianginals. Contractile state. Heart rate.
Pharmacology for Health Professionals, 3rd Edition - Chapter 7
antianginals—perhexiline. • antiarrhythmics—flecainide, propafenone. • antidepressants—clomipramine, doxepin, fluoxetine,.

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Also found in: Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. antianginal /an·ti·an·gi·nal/ (-an-ji´nal) preventing or alleviating angina, or an agent that does this.
Davis's Drug Guide : antianginals
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CV Pharmacology: Antianginal Drugs
Systemic Hypertension · Pulmonary Hypertension · Hypotension · Myocardial Infarction.

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