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oxime

 [ok´sēm]
any of a series of compounds containing the CH(=NOH) group, formed by action of hydroxylamine on an aldehyde or ketone.
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ox·ime

(ok'sēm),
A compound resulting from the action of hydroxylamine, NH2OH, on a ketone or an aldehyde to yield the group =N-OH attached to the former carbonyl carbon atom.
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ox·ime

(ok'sēm)
A compound resulting from the action of hydroxylamine, NH2OH, on a ketone or an aldehyde to yield the group =N-OH attached to the former carbonyl carbon atom.
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This result was contrary to results of other investigators.16,19 Bradycardia occurs because of muscarinic effects.13 Current therapy for OPP includes decontamination, reversal of muscarinic symptoms using atropine, regeneration of acetylcholinesterases using oxime compounds such as pralidoxime (2PAM), and supportive pulmonary care.4,7,20 Atropine antagonizes the effect of Ach reversing the excessive parasympathetic stimulation by competing for identical binding sites at muscarinic receptors.14
Oximes for acute organophosphate pesticide poisoning.
For people afflicted with cholinergic syndrome, atropine sulfate combined with an oxime is used to combat the effects of the acute OP poisoning.
The IR spectrum of the free Schiff base ligand exhibited a band at 3374 [cm.sup.-1] which is assigned to v(OH) of oxime group [27].
Experimental Procedure for the Preparation of 2,5-Dimethoxy-4-methylbenzaldehyde Oxime (7b).
Even if it increases the bio-availability of enzyme reactivators (oximes) in combined therapeutic regimen, will the reactivators work?
The oximes and hydrazones are the most important spectrophotometric reagents for the determination of metal ions.
Adopting the above method, various oximes have been converted to the nitriles and it was found that this reaction is a novel, easy and convenient method for dehydration of both alkyl and aryl aldoximes using commercially available starting materials.