potassium perchlorate

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po·tas·si·um per·chlo·rate

occasionally used, as an alternative to a thiouracil derivative, in the control of hyperthyroidism.
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A comparison of potassium perchlorate, methylthiouracil, and carbimazole in the treatment of thyrotoxicosis.
Aplastic anaemia due to potassium perchlorate [Letter].
Aplastic anaemia due to treatment with potassium perchlorate [Letter].
Fatal aplastic anaemia after treatment of thyrotoxicosis with potassium perchlorate.
A positive diagnosis can be obtained by administering 1 g potassium perchlorate 2 hr after a tracer dose of [sup.
Thyroid gland hyperplasia during prolonged perchlorate exposure has also been reported in the amphibian Bufo arenarum exposed to potassium perchlorate at 340 mg/L for 5 months (Miranda et al.
3]), in the presence and absence of potassium perchlorate, on the incidence of metamorphosis and on serum [T.
Ultrastructural study on the thyroid glands of Bufo arenarum larvae kept in potassium perchlorate solution.
It also was fined $8,150 for four violations following an October 1993 incident involving zirconium potassium perchlorate at the Newhall facility, Stevens said.
19, 1999, Charles Tillman, 48, was killed and two co-workers were injured in a chemical explosion at the Newhall facility when Tillman was loading a pickup with two-pound canisters of zirconium potassium perchlorate.
Pharmaceutical-grade Perchloracap capsules, each containing 200 mg potassium perchlorate (144 mg perchlorate), were obtained from Mallinckrodt Medical, Inc.
Tenders are invited for Procurement potassium perchlorate in powder form size (1)) all pass 100 bss/150 micron (2) all retain 200 bss/75 micronto specn-jss 6810-58 : 2009