gluconate


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gluconate

/glu·co·nate/ (gloo´ko-nāt) a salt, ester, or anionic form of gluconic acid.

gluconate

the salts of gluconic acid; used as alkalinizing agents in fluid therapy. They have the virtue of being metabolized to bicarbonate slowly and having a prolonged effect.
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Conclusion: Chlorhexidine gluconate was associated with lower infection rates compared to povidone-iodine; but it was not statistically significant.
We ran two clinical trials, one with the 23 mg zinc gluconate tablets (used as throat lozenges), which were only one-half as potent as what our previous experience indicated was needed, and the other trial with 37 mg zinc orotate lozenges used with 10 mmol zinc (gluconate) nasal spray.
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The crystals were washed in acetone and used for the preparation of Iron and Zn Gluconates.
The objective of this experiment was to evaluate the effect of sodium gluconate on performance (feed intake, body weight, weight gain, feed conversion, livability and productive efficiency), carcass characteristics (carcass, breast, thigh and drumstick, wing and back yield), and morphometry of duodenum, jejunum and ileum of broilers from 22 to 42 days of age.
13 million for having fixed the prices of sodium gluconate and divided up the market for this product, a chemical substance used primarily to clean metal and glass, with applications such as bottle washing, the cleaning of utensils and paint removal.
In their anemia quality improvement program, the facility added to their IV iron management guideline the administration of a 500 to 1,000 mg course of ferric gluconate to any patient receiving Epoetin doses of 18,000 units per week or greater if the serum ferritin level was less than 1,500 ng/mL, the TSAT level was less than 30%, and no loading dose of IV iron had been given in the previous 6 months.
They contain an antiseptic agent such as chlorhexidine gluconate in an alcohol solution.
Zinc gluconate lozenges are proving to be effective in shortening the length of colds and reducing symptoms quickly, according to a study published in Canadian Family Physician.
Each infusion contained 400 mg of magnesium chloride hexahydrate, 40 mg of calcium gluconate, 3,000 mg of vitamin C, 1,000 mcg of hydroxocobalamin, 100 mg of pyridoxine hydrochloride, 250 mg of dexpanthenol, 2 mg of riboflavin, 100 mg of thiamine, and 100 mg of niacinamide.