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zinc sulphate

A drug used as a source of zinc in zinc deficiency states. Brand names are Solvazinc and Zincfrin.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

zinc sulphate 

An astringent and antiseptic agent sometimes used topically in solution 0.2% or 0.25%, to clear mucus from the outer surface of the eye (by precipitating proteins), to give temporary relief of minor eye infections, and to treat some types of bacterial conjunctivitis.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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Treatment of viral wart by intralesional injection of zinc sulphate. Ann Saudi Med.
[T.sub.2] (foliar 3gm zinc sulphate) total soluble solid of 11.46 [sup.0]B and acidity of 3.46% was recorded as compared to [T.sub.5]-basal+ foliar (250gm chelated zinc+3gm zinc sulphate) treatment.
Current study was carried out as an attempt to find a cheaper, safer and preferable alternative to systemic meglumine antimoniate in treatment for CL in the form of oral zinc sulphate.
The objective of the study was to reduce the arsenic concentration from the arsenic contaminated soil by applying zinc sulphate and different manures.
The tree height, leaf size, fruit weight, juice weight percentage, SSC and TA were also significantly increased with application of 0.3% boric acid + 0.5% zinc sulphate at the fruit set stage.
Pressure was put on the ratings by the fragmented nature of the domestic zinc sulphate industry, the increasing competition in the micronutrients segment, the firm's low bargaining power with customers, high working capital intensity and moderate financial risk profile.
"However, we have now been asked to verify if zinc sulphate from this company has been imported into the EU.
Current control regimes focus on zinc sulphate foot baths, anti-biotics and culling.
At flower stage, farmers should apply spray of 200 gram potassium nitrate, 300 gram magnesium sulphate, 250 gram Zinc Sulphate, and 250 gram Boric acid in 100-120 litres of water.
[USPRwire, Tue Jun 25 2019] Zinc sulphate is widely used across a number of industries including agriculture, pharmaceuticals, water treatment, chemical and others.