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Isosorbide mononitrate

Function:
Isosorbide mononitrate is mainly used for the long-term treatment of coronary heart disease; the long-term treatment and prevention of angina pectoris; the treatment of persistent angina pectoris after myocardial infarction; combined with digitalis and/or diuretics, the treatment of chronic congestive heart failure.

Dosage:
The usage and dosage of different dosage forms and specifications of isosorbide mononitrate may be different, so you should follow the doctor’s advice. Isosorbide mononitrate tablets are taken orally, 10 to 20 mg once, 2 to 3 times a day, and 40 mg can be used in severe cases. Isosorbide mononitrate capsules/isosorbide mononitrate capsules are taken orally, 10 to 20 mg once, twice a day. Isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release tablets are taken orally, 30 mg once a day, swallow the whole tablet with an appropriate amount of warm water (do not chew). For patients with unstable circulation, taking the drug for the first time may cause symptoms of vascular collapse or nitrate headache; at the beginning of treatment, half a tablet of a non-long-acting inhibitor in the morning and evening can be taken to significantly reduce the above symptoms. Isosorbide mononitrate extended-release capsules are taken for oral administration. Take 1 tablet once a day, swallow the whole tablet with appropriate amount of warm water (do not chew). For those with unstable circulation, taking the medicine for the first time may cause symptoms of vascular collapse or nitrate headache; when starting treatment, you can take half a tablet of non-long-acting preparations in the morning and evening to significantly reduce the above symptoms. Isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release capsules (Ⅰ), unless otherwise prescribed, take one capsule (40 mg isosorbide mononitrate) once a day. Under special circumstances, the dose may be increased to one capsule (40 mg mononitrate). isosorbide) twice daily. Note: When the dosage is one capsule each time, twice a day, which is equivalent to 40 mg isosorbide mononitrate twice a day, in order to fully exert the effect of the drug, the second capsule should be taken after the first capsule. Take no more than 8 hours. Dosing form and time: Sustained-release capsules should be swallowed with appropriate amount of water after meals and should not be chewed. When stopping this product, the dosage should be gradually reduced and should not be stopped suddenly, because a rebound phenomenon may occur. After the drug expires Cannot be taken. Isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release capsules (II) are taken orally, daily after breakfast, 40 mg once a day, or as directed by your doctor. Isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release capsules (Ⅲ) are taken orally, 40 mg in the morning every day. When adverse reactions are obvious, you can switch to 20mg each time, twice a day. If the effect of taking 40mg daily is not obvious, you can increase it to 60mg daily as directed by your doctor. Isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release capsules (IV), unless otherwise directed by a doctor, take 1 capsule (50 mg) once a day and swallow the whole capsule with an appropriate amount of warm water (do not chew). For patients with unstable circulation, taking the medicine for the first time may cause symptoms of vascular collapse, and may also produce a long-acting preparation – isosorbide mononitrate (such as isosorbide mononitrate tablets 20 mg), half a tablet in the morning and evening to significantly reduce the above symptoms. Isosorbide mononitrate spray for the treatment of angina attacks: Sublingual spray, two sprays at a time. To prevent angina pectoris: Spray under the tongue, two sprays at a time, three times a day. Because a rebound phenomenon may occur, the dosage should be gradually reduced when discontinuing this product. Isosorbide mononitrate injection/isosorbide mononitrate for injection is intravenously infused. Before use, add 0.9% sodium chloride injection or 5% glucose injection to dissolve and dilute and then infuse intravenously. The drug dose can be adjusted according to the patient’s response, and the general effective dose is 2 to 7 mg per hour. The initial administration rate is 60 μg/min, and the general rate is 60~120 μg/min, once a day, and 10 days is a course of treatment.

Drug contraindications:
It is contraindicated in early pregnancy. If allergic to this product, it is contraindicated. Use with caution during lactation.
Related dosage forms:
Isosorbide mononitrate tablets, isosorbide mononitrate sustained-release tablets, isosorbide mononitrate capsules, isosorbide mononitrate spray, isosorbide mononitrate injection

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