a piece of adhesive plaster for transdermal delivery of nitroglycerine, worn under the breastbone for the relief of mild angina attacks
The angina patch replaces the old method of dissolving a pill under the tongue.
- Angina pectoris vasomotoria
angina pectoris vasomotoria angina pectoris vasomotoria angina pectoris va·so·mo·to·ri·a (vā’zō-mō-tôr’ē-ə) n. See vasomotor angina. Historical Examples It is probably, as Dr. Jones suggests, in angina pectoris vasomotoria that it will be found especially serviceable. New, Old, and Forgotten Remedies: Papers by Many Writers Various
- Angina pectoris
a syndrome characterized by paroxysmal, constricting pain below the sternum, most easily precipitated by exertion or excitement and caused by ischemia of the heart muscle, usually due to a coronary artery disease, as arteriosclerosis. Historical Examples “From angina pectoris,” finished Kent, as the detective paused. The Red Seal Natalie Sumner Lincoln In the night which […]
any attack of painful spasms characterized by sensations of choking or suffocating. . any disease of the throat or fauces. Historical Examples “From angina pectoris,” finished Kent, as the detective paused. The Red Seal Natalie Sumner Lincoln In the night which followed Pascal had another attack of angina pectoris. Doctor Pascal Emile Zola Nitrate of […]
of, noting, or pertaining to , especially . Historical Examples The cure of some hmorrhoids, about twelve months after the anginal attack, seemed greatly to benefit him. Neuralgia and the Diseases that Resemble it Francis E. Anstie anginal attacks due to cardiac muscular degeneration may also imperil life. A System of Practical Medicine By American […]
anginiform anginiform an·gin·i·form (ān-jĭn’ə-fôrm’) adj. Of or resembling angina.