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Symbol for elementary charge; base of natural, or Napierian, logarithms (2.71828...). It is the limit of 1 + (1/n!).
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E Abbreviation/short-hand for:
Air dose (radiation)
ears, nose and throat
esophoria for distance
Redox potential Voltage
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E Symbol for:
4. Energy 5 Enzyme 6. Eosinophil 7. Epinephrine 8. Erythrocyte 9. Esophagus 10. Estradiol 11. Ethanol 12. Etiology 13. Expire 14. Redox potential 1.
e Symbol for:
1. Electrical potential.
4. Natural logarithm–2.7187818285.
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Abbreviation for entgegen.
Abbreviation for extraction ratio;
Elementary charge; base of natural logarithms (2.71828...).
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E abbrev. GLUTAMIC ACID.
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Patient discussion about E
Q. my Dr. said to take no more than 400 iu of Vit. E. But I noticed my multiple also has 200 IU. Is this bad? I have been taking 400 units to combat Peyronies. I noticed today that my Centrum Silver also contains Vitamin E. I know taking over 400 units can be toxic, so now which way do I go from here. Thanks for any info.
A. in general, an over dose is not a very smart thing to do also in vitamins. and taking to consideration that you may have a diverse amount of vitamin E in your diet..well..you may take too much. but i have to be honest with you- i'm not a Doctor. and the one i would ask in that matter is my Doctor. all you need to do is phone him.
Q. Can Alcoholism makes you vulnerable to intestine infections? A friend of mine is a heavy drinker, he had something like 5 infections in the past year. Is it connected?
A. yesMore discussions about E
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