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osmol

, osmole (oz'mol?, os')
The standard unit of osmotic pressure based on a one molal concentration of an ion in a solution. osmolal (oz-mo'lal), adjective

idiogenic osmole

Osmolyte.
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Osmol gaps revisited: normal values and limitations.
([dagger]) Correlation comparisons were made at 600 mM salinity level values for variables which were measured across all salinities (LF, RL, Osmol, Na, and Cl).
[12] For patients with partial defects in ADH release, the increase in urine osmolality is 10-50% (see Table 3) [13] For nephrogenic DI, neither the U/P osmol ratio nor urine osmolality increases after ADH administration, because the kidneys cannot respond to this hormone, regardless of its source.
Derivation and validation of a formula to calculate the contribution of ethanol to the osmol gap.
La osmolalidad de una solucion es el numero de osmoles de soluto por kg de solvente, en tanto que osmolaridad es el numero de osmoles de soluto por litro de solucion.