What is Rectogesic used for?
Rectogesic is used in the treatment of Angina (heart-related chest pain).
How Rectogesic work?
Rectogesic is a nitrate. It works by relaxing the blood vessels which decreases the oxygen demand of the heart and reduces its workload. It thus prevents/treats attacks of angina (chest pain).
What are some common side effects while consuming Rectogesic?
Rectogesic consumption might lead to headache or light-headedness.
Is Rectogesic a vasodilator?
Rectogesic belongs to a group of medicines called nitrate vasodilators. It works by relaxing the blood vessels of the heart, reducing the strain on the heart and making it easier to pump blood.
How does Rectogesic relieve angina pectoris?
Rectogesic belongs to a group of medicines called nitrate vasodilators. It acts by the release of nitric oxide which causes the dilatation (widening) of the blood vessels and relaxes the muscles. This reduces the strain on the heart by making it easier to pump blood. In this manner, Rectogesic relieves pain in angina pectoris.
How does Rectogesic reduce blood pressure?
Rectogesic reduces the blood pressure by dilating the blood vessels and decreasing the workload of the heart. However, it is not used for the treatment of high blood pressure.
For how long should Rectogesic be consumed?
The length of the treatment will be decided by the doctor, depending on general health, the type of infection one might have and how well they shall respond to Rectogesic.