Trimetazidine is a cytoprotective anti-anginal drug. Trimetazidine inhibits the oxidation of free fatty acid, thus increasing the usage of myocardial glucose and reducing the oxygen requirement. This drug is used in angina pectoris. Headache, dizziness, vomiting, weakness, etc., are the side effects of this drug.
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