\(ˈ)dī+\ noun
: a chemical compound containing two nitrate groups

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  • dinitrate — see ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE * * * di·ni·trate (di niґtrāt) a compound of a base or a metal with two nitrate groups, as in lead dinitrate, Pb(NO3)2 …   Medical dictionary

  • dinitrate — noun Any compound having two nitrate groups …   Wiktionary

  • dinitrate — di·nitrate …   English syllables

  • Diethylene glycol dinitrate — IUPAC name Nitric acid 2 (2 nitrooxyethoxy)ethyl ester …   Wikipedia

  • Ethylene glycol dinitrate — IUPAC name 1,2 dinitroxyethane …   Wikipedia

  • Propylene glycol dinitrate — Chembox new Name = Propylene glycol dinitrate ImageFile = PGDN.png IUPACName = propylene dinitrate OtherNames = propane 1,2 diyl dinitrate; 1,2 bis(nitrooxy)propane Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 6423 43 4 SMILES = O= [N+] ( [O ]… …   Wikipedia

  • Isosorbide dinitrate — Systematic (IUPAC) name 1,4:3,6 dianhydro 2,5 di O nitro D glucitol Clinical data AHFS/ …   Wikipedia

  • Isosorbide dinitrate/hydralazine — is a fixed dose combination drug treatment specifically indicated for black people with congestive heart failure. It is a combination of hydralazine (an antihypertensive) and isosorbide dinitrate (a vasodilator). It is the first race based… …   Wikipedia

  • isosorbide dinitrate — A coronary vasodilator that acts via the formation of nitric oxide. * * * iso·sor·bide di·ni·trate dī nī .trāt n a coronary vasodilator C6H8N2O8 used esp. in the treatment of angina pectoris see ISORDIL * * * a drug used …   Medical dictionary

  • isosorbide dinitrate — a drug used for the prevention and treatment of angina; it acts by relaxing the smooth muscle of both arteries and veins, thus causing dilatation (see vasodilator). It is administered by mouth (as tablets that are swallowed or dissolve under the… …   The new mediacal dictionary