sodium levothyroxine

so·di·um le·vo·thy·rox·ine

Sodium salt of the natural isomer of thyroxine, a thyroid hormone. It is twice as effective as the racemic form. Used in the treatment of hypothyroidism in humans and animals, to treat lowered fertility in bulls, and to stimulate lactation in animals.
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This produced a stock solution containing 125 [micro]mol/L (10 000 [micro]g/dL) sodium levothyroxine.
Varied concentrations of sodium levothyroxine added to normal human serum dialysate (see Materials and Methods) at concentrations of 39 to 309 nmol/L (3 to 24 [micro]g/ dL).
His medications at the time of his fire ant exposure included the following: fexofenadine, antipyrene/benzocaine, ammonium lactate, naproxen, terazosin, simvastatin, sodium levothyroxine, aspirin, gemfibrozil, rabeprazole sodium, diltiazem, and nitroglycerin.
The effects of epinephrine may be potentiated by tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, sodium levothyroxine, and certain antihistamines, notably chlorpheniramine, tripelennamine, and diphenhydramine.
Sodium levothyroxine (for injection) was obtained in 500-[micro]g vials (Bedford Laboratories) and dissolved in 5 mL of sodium chloride, USP, 9 g/L (Abbott Laboratories).
NASDAQ:GORX) for its animal version of sodium levothyroxine drug, used to treat thyroid-related conditions.