Monodur is used to prevent angina.
Angina is a pain or uncomfortable feeling in the chest, often spreading
to the arms or the neck and sometimes to the shoulders and back.
This is caused by too little blood and oxygen getting to the heart.
Monodur works by relaxing the blood vessels, letting more blood and
oxygen reach the heart.
Monodur belongs to a group of medicines called nitrates
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