gluconate


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Related to gluconate: Calcium gluconate, Magnesium gluconate, Copper gluconate, sodium gluconate, Ferrous gluconate, Chlorhexidine gluconate, Zinc gluconate

gluconate

[glü·kə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of gluconic acid.
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One afternoon, several months after her diagnosis, she was extremely tired and wanted to take a nap, but it was also time for her to take her 50 mg zinc gluconate tablet.
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400 mg) and calcium gluconate (200 mg [2 ml of a 10% solution] vs.
Results of this study done on rats showed that naturally organically bound zinc in yeast form is more bioavailable; that is, it is found in a greater concentrations in the liver than chemical forms such as gluconates.
BIOPATCH[TM] antimicrobial dressing, from Johnson & Johnson Wound Management, is treated with chlorhexidine gluconate, a broad-spectrum antimicrobial and antifungal agent that is released for up to seven days.
Anaphylactic symptoms due to chlorhexidine gluconate.
ALL THREE PRODUCTS ARE FORMULATED WITH OUR PROPRIETARY AND PATENTED ZINC GLUCONATE GLYCINE FORMULA, PROVEN TO REDUCE THE DURATION OF THE COMMON COLD BY ALMOST HALF," SAYS JOE CASEY, VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES AND MARKETING FOR THE NEW YORK-BASED MANUFACTURER.
Ferrous gluconate is the best supplement choice, but won't get you back on track as fast as iron from food.
An outbreak of Bacillus species in a cancer hospital in Brazil was reported (9) and was strongly associated with use of calcium gluconate solution and central venous lines.
Using microbiological laboratory techniques, the scientists determined what happened when subjects washed with simple soap and water, the antiseptic agent chiorhexidine gluconate commonly used in hospitals, a waterless alcohol foam hospitals also employ and a new bleach-impregnated towel.