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BSS

Abbreviation for:
balanced saline solution
basic surgical skills (Medspeak-UK)
Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation
black silk suture
bodily symptoms scale
British Scoliosis Society (Medspeak-UK)
buffered saline solution

BSS

Balanced salt solution An ophthalmologic irrigating solution

bismuth

(biz′mŭth) [Ger. Wismuth, Bismut, white mass] Bi
A silvery metallic element, atomic weight (mass) 208.980, atomic number 83. Its compounds are used as a protective for inflamed surfaces. Its salts are used as an astringent and as a treatment for diarrhea.
CAS # 7440-69-9

bismuth subcarbonate

Bi2O2(CO3), an odorless, tasteless powder used as an antacid, astringent, and protective. It is incompatible with sulfides, acids, acid salts.
CAS # 5892-10-4

bismuth subgallate

C7H5BiO6, a bright yellow tasteless, odorless powder. It was first used for treatment of skin diseases. General use is the same as for bismuth subnitrate.
CAS # 99-26-3

bismuth subnitrate

A heavy white odorless powder; used as an astringent, protective, and antiseptic. It is incompatible with acids, tannins, and sulfides.

bismuth subsalicylate

Abbreviation: BSS
C7H5BiO4, a drug used to treat temporary gastrointestinal distress, e.g., heartburn, nausea, cramps and diarrhea (due to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli).
CAS # 14882-18-9

bismuth subsalicylate

Abbreviation: BSS
C7H5BiO4, a drug used to treat temporary gastrointestinal distress, e.g., heartburn, nausea, cramps and diarrhea (due to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli).
CAS # 14882-18-9
See also: bismuth