What is Imdur?
Imdur (isosorbide mononitrate) is a nitrate that dilates (widens) blood vessels, while making it easier for the blood to flow through them and easier for the heart to pump.
How should Imdur be consumed?
Use Imdur regularly to prevent an angina attack. Get your prescription refilled before you run out of medicine completely.
How Imdur works?
Imdur works by relaxing the blood vessels, letting more blood and oxygen reach the heart.
When you must not use it?
Do not use Imdur if you have the following medical conditions: low blood pressure; shock including those caused by low blood pressure or failing heart; pericarditis (swelling around the heart); and weakened muscle of the heart.
How to take Imdur?
Take one Imdur tablet every day, at about the same time. If your doctor tells you to take two 60 mg Imdur tablets each day, take both tablets at the same time.
How to Dispose Imdur?
Ask the pharmacist what to do with any tablets that are left over in case the doctor tells you to stop taking them, or find that they have expired.