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AcronymDefinition
NTGNorges Toppidrettsgymnas
NTGNormal Tension Glaucoma
NTGNitroglycerine
NTGNet-to-Gross (calculation)
NTGNot Too Good
NTGNederlandstalige Tex Gebruikersgroep (Dutch TeX users group)
NTGNATO Training Group
NTGNot This Group (Usenet)
NTGNine Trey Gangsta (Blood gang)
NTGNo Tag Gaming (Soldier of Fortune II Clan)
NTGNepal Tamang Ghedung (Nepali Tamang organization)
NTGNon-Tactical Generator
NTGNuclear Test Gage
NTGNon-linear Trajectory Generation
NTGNATO Task Group
NTGNortheastern Technologies Group, Inc (Glen Cove, NY)
NTGNational Training Group (various locations)
NTGNon-Technical Generator
NTGNew Testament in Greek
NtGNarrowing the Gap (UK)
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The primary objective of this study was to determine whether a combination of transdermal nitroglycerine (a source of exogenous NO) would enhance the analgesic efficacy of intrathecal fentanyl in patients undergoing abdominal hysterectomy.
I'm going to Chicago to do some research on the nitroglycerine derivatives, but I'm only going to be there for two weeks.
In fact nitroglycerine, kept properly, is relatively stable and will not explode unless "you whack it quite hard," he said.
The patient's blood pressure was to be controlled with nitroglycerine that was not to exceed a prescribed dosage 90 micrograins per minute.
The truck, which contained a small amount of fireworks and prescription heart medicine containing nitroglycerine, caused a shutdown of the airport's North Terminal after a bomb sniffing dog alerted police.
Contrary to conventional thinking, a new study suggests that emergency room patients who are relieved of chest pain after taking a nitroglycerine pill are no more likely to be diagnosed with heart disease than those who are not.
Nitroglycerine in one study improved vulvar pain and dyspareunia temporarily but caused headaches.
Perkin's discovery also led to others, such as saccharin, artificial perfume, acids used to preserve canned food, improved photographic emulsions, and bigger nitroglycerine explosives.
They drilled small holes, added blasting powder or a new explosive called nitroglycerine, lit the fuse, and ran before it exploded.
Officers later discovered bomb- making equipment - including drums of highly explosive nitroglycerine - at his flat and a sniper's rifle stashed in his office.
The researchers had previously given the women nitroglycerine patches, known to stimulate the release of nitric oxide.
They can become nitroglycerine and explode in your face.