bismuth citrate


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bismuth citrate

[′biz·məth ′sī‚trāt]
(organic chemistry)
BiC6H5O7 A salt of citric acid that forms white crystals, insoluble in water; used as an astringent.
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11] eliminated the use of sodium arsenite (a hazard compound) and substituted it by bismuth citrate, which increase the sensitivity of the phosphate determination.
Bismuth and ranitidine bismuth citrate are sometimes added to the regimen.
Clarithromycin Tablets in combination with Omeprazole capsules or Ranitidine bismuth citrate tablets are also indicated for the treatment of patients with an active duodenal ulcer associated with H.
pylori infection were randomized to receive 500 mg clarithromycin plus 400 mg ranitidine bismuth citrate b.