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EDTA:

see chelating agentschelating agents
. Certain organic compounds are capable of forming coordinate bonds (see chemical bond) with metals through two or more atoms of the organic compound; such organic compounds are called chelating agents.
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EDTA

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Edetate calcium disodium (lead) is used either alone or in combination with dimercaprol.
Sodium sulphite, sodium methyl and propyl hydroxybenzoate and sodium calcium edetate were found to be less able to fulfil the essential characteristics of a suitable antimicrobial additive.
Sinusol is a physician recommended pure alternative with no preservatives such as iodine, thimersol (merthiolate), disodium edetate, phenylcarbinol, potassium sorbate, sodium silicoaluminate, or benzalkonium chloride that can further irritate mucosal surfaces.
005% disodium edetate to retard the rate of growth of microorganisms in the event of accidental extrinsic contamination and was the subject of extensive clinical trial work to support its safety and efficacy.
As with any other intravenous products containing edetate disodium, zinc supplementation should be considered in patients treated with PROTONIX(R) I.
Monosodium edetate iron; 13 500,00; 13 500,00; 27 000.
This includes the provision of: ciprofloxacin tablets, dicobalt edetate, obidoxime and Prussian blue (ferric hexacyanoferrate).
005% disodium edetate (EDTA) to 'Diprivan' to produce a modified formulation has been shown in vitro to retard the growth of a range of micro-organisms for a period of 24 hours.