calcium gluconate


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calcium gluconate

[′kal·sē·əm ′glü·kə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
Ca(C6H11O7)2·H2O White powder that loses water at 120°C; soluble in hot water but less soluble in cold water, insoluble in acetic acid and alcohol; used in medicine, as a foaming agent, and as a buffer in foods.
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Four solution immersion pretreatment liquids were used: (a) control: soaked in distilled water, (b) calcium chloride (CCL) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium chloride (Ca[Cl.sub.2]) solution, (c) calcium lactate (CLA) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium lactate solution, and (d) calcium gluconate (CGL) pretreatment: soaked in 1% (w/v) calcium gluconate solution.
Aside from standard cardiopulmonary measures in calcium channel blocker overdoses, additional commonly employed resuscitative therapies have included gastric lavage, multi-dose oral or nasogastric activated charcoal, flumazenil infusion, naloxone infusion, insulin and glucagon intravenous boluses, continuous calcium gluconate infusion, intravenous antiarrhythmics as indicated, and vasopressor support during mechanical ventilation.
Emergency medical technicians irrigated the area with calcium gluconate and transported him to a burn unit, where he received a calcium gluconate injection.
For example, it appeared that IV calcium gluconate was administered to some patients without any clear indication for it.
Symptomatic hypocalcemia in acute stage is managed by continuous infusion of 10% calcium gluconate diluted in 100 ml 5% dextrose 7 .
Black sesame sphere 100g sweetened black sesame paste 16g calcium gluconate Black sesame sphere 100g sweetened black sesame paste 16g calcium gluconate METHOD 1.
Iatrogenic calcification typically occurs in patients who have received IV calcium chloride or calcium gluconate therapy.
The calcium preparation is selected from the group consisting of calcium carbonate, calcium chloride, calcium lactate, calcium gluconate, whey calcium, organic acid calcium, colloidal calcium carbonate, casein phosphopeptide calcium and calcium fluoride.
Calcium gluconate was produced in shake flasks and scale up investigations in 7.5L New Brunswick Scientific glass fermentor with a working volume of 5Lby locally isolated strain of Aspergillusniger GCU-1 were also carried out.
Finally, 10% calcium gluconate 10ml was infused over ten minutes, which cardioverted the patient to sinus rhythm.
Initial emergency stabilization treatment included the administration of diazepam (0.5 mg/kg IM); calcium glubionate (100 mg/kg PO); calcium gluconate (100 mg/kg IM); supplemental fluids (45 mL/kg SC; Normosol-R, Hospira, Inc, Lake Forest, IL, USA); doxycycline (60 mg/kg IM; Vibravenos formulation, Pfizer Laboratories, London, Ontario, Canada); vitamins A, D, and E (3300 IU/kg IM; Northwest Pharmacy and Compounding Center, Houston, TX, USA); and edetate calcium disodium (35 mg/kg IM; calcium disodium versenate, 3M Pharmaceuticals, Northridge, CA, USA).