sodium fluorescein


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sodium fluorescein

[′sōd·ē·əm flu̇′res·ē·ən]
(organic chemistry)
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Four different regimens were used for intraoperative ureteral evaluation: 1) oral phenazopyridine 200 mg, 2) intravenous sodium fluorescein 25 mg, 3) mannitol bladder distention, and 4) normal saline bladder distention.
The blood flow is assessed in the fluorescein angiography video along with a pixel-by-pixel analysis to return values for the tail vein-retinal circulation time (the mean time from injection of sodium fluorescein to the artery fill), the arterial phase (the mean time from the first artery fill to the first vein fill), and the venous phase (the mean time of all the vein fills) within the large blood vessels.
Goldberg said he first read about the use of the dye as an alternative to indigo carmine, which is no longer available, in a study published in 2015; the study reported good results with a 10% preparation of sodium fluorescein administered at 0.
After 3 minute, a drop of sodium fluorescein dye was instilled into the inferior fornix and the subject was asked to blink gently to ensure even spread of the dye across the cornea surface.
1] dose of sodium fluorescein used, and the application technique, through the marginal ear vein, met the description by AMERI et al.
Briefly, animals were injected IP with 200 [micro]L 10% sodium fluorescein that was allowed to circulate for 15 min, and blood was collected via cardiac puncture.
Specifically preserved aliquots of the fluid must be obtained in the following manner: (1) heparinized for culture, (2) EDTA for microscopy, (3) sodium fluorescein (NaF) for glucose and lactate, and (4) untreated for further biochemical testing.
One hundred grams of sodium fluorescein were added to the 100-[m.
Alternatively a unit dose 1% sodium fluorescein can be used.

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