Nitro in an Inferior MI

We have had it drilled in our heads that nitroglycerin is dangerous in inferior MIs because it can cause unwanted hypotension. Is that true?

We have had it drilled in our heads that nitroglycerin is dangerous in inferior MIs because it can cause unwanted hypotension. But does the science match up with what we’ve been told?

Read the original JEMS research here.

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