milliosmole

milliosmole

 (mOsm) [mil″e-oz´mōl]
one thousandth (10−3) of an osmole.

mil·li·os·mole

(mil'i-oz'mōl),
One thousandth of an osmole.

milliosmole

(mĭl″ē-ŏs′mōl)
One thousandth of an osmole; the osmotic pressure equal to one thousandth of the molecular weight of a substance divided by the number of ions that the substance forms in a liter of solution.
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Nurses need to monitor serum osmolality every 4-6 hours to ensure it is maintained below 360 milliosmole per liter for 3% hypertonic saline (Kochanek et al., 2012).
Osmolality is a measure of the quantity of osmotically active particles in a solution, expressed as the number of milliosmoles of solute per kilogram of solvent (mOsm/kg) [16].
Results were reported as milliosmoles per kilogram of water (mOsm/kg), with higher values indicating a more concentrated sample (Yeh et al.
The units are in milliosmoles, except for nitrogen, which is total nitrogen in milligrams.
The osmolarity of these solutions was adjusted to 300 milliosmoles by adding Ringer solution.
Analyzed constituents of alkaline gland fluid Component Concentration [Na.sup.+] 286 mM [K.sup.+] 3.7 mM [Cl.sup.-] 113.0 mM [Mg.sup.++] 1.68 mM [Ca.sup.++] 0.84 mM [Cu.sup.++] 0.58 mM [Zn.sup.++] 0.87 mM [Fe.sup.++] 0.61 mM Urea 271 mM Progesterone 0.012 [micro]M Estradiol 0.16 pM Norepinephrine ND Epinephrine ND Dopamine ND Testosterone 4.3 [micro]M Protein 5.9 mg/ml Osmolality 875 mosm mosm = milliosmoles, ml = milliliter, mg = milligram, pM = picomoles, [micro]M = micromoles, mM = millimoles, ND - none detected.
Osmolality, the concentration of solutes, is usually measured in milliosmoles (mOsm) per liter per volume.