tromethamine


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tromethamine

[trō′meth·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
C4H11NO3 A crystalline compound with a melting point of 171-172°C; soluble in water, ethylene glycol, methanol, and ethanol; used to make surface-active agents, vulcanization accelerators, and pharmaceuticals, and as a titrimetric standard. Also known as THAM; trimethylol aminomethane; TRIS; trisamine; tris buffers.
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Urine culture revealed Klebsiella pneumoniae, and fosfomycin tromethamine (Monurol[R]) 3 gm by mouth once a week for three weeks was prescribed.
The product portfolio includes AMP-95, a multifunctional, low-VOC (volatile organic compound) specialty chemical, and Tris Amino Ultra PC, a high-purity, broadly compliant tromethamine for use in cosmetic and personal care formulations, especially skin and sun care.
For women who experience a postpartum hemorrhage, and already have received oxytocin as part of routine obstetric care, prioritize the use of parenteral uterotonics, including oxytocin, methylergonovine, and carboprost tromethamine, and avoid the use of rectal misoprostol
In vitro activity of an ear rinse containing tromethamine, EDTA, and benzyl alcohol on bacterial pathogens from dogs with otitis.
In 2014, Sagent Pharmaceuticals initiated a voluntary recall of ketorolac tromethamine injection because it was labeled with an expiration date that was longer than the known stability of the product.
The patient was treated with dorzolamide/timolol fixed combination, latanoprost and topical ketorolac tromethamine after TALC.
Dexketoprofentrometamol (DKP), is a tromethamine salt of the water-soluble S-enantiomer of ketoprofen.
In the United States, only an oral formulation containing fosfomycin tromethamine is approved for clinical use.
Fosfomycin tromethamine, an old broad spectrum bactericidal antibiotic, acts by inhibiting the peptidoglycan synthesis, thus inhibiting the cell wall formation of bacteria.