gluconate


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gluconate

[glü·kə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of gluconic acid.
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The chemical structure of ferrous gluconate is shown in Figure 1 purchased from SMM Instruments (Pty) Ltd, South Africa.
The data was analyzed by COSTAT V.63: statistical software (Cohort software, Berkely, California) and Duncan' New Multiple Range.As theoretical yield of calcium gluconate is more than 100% so the development of this technology would be highly feasible.
Group I was given 0.2% Chlorhexidine gluconate mouth wash, Group II received vitamin B-complex, Group III was given both.
7H2O/ Zn Cl2 were refluxed for half an hour at a pH of 8-9 in two separate set of apparatuses in order to obtain Iron and Zinc gluconate. The solutions were then evaporated in china dish to final volume of 20 mL.
Although the study specifically used a marketed cloth that is impregnated with 2% chlorhexidine gluconate as the delivery vehicle for the antiseptic, "I think that any chlorhexidine product may be equally effective," he said in an interview.
On 2 October 2001, ADM and five other companies were fined a total of 37.13 million for having fixed the prices of sodium gluconate and divided up the market for this product, a chemical substance used primarily to clean metal and glass, with applications such as bottle washing, the cleaning of utensils and paint removal.
In their anemia quality improvement program, the facility added to their IV iron management guideline the administration of a 500 to 1,000 mg course of ferric gluconate to any patient receiving Epoetin doses of 18,000 units per week or greater if the serum ferritin level was less than 1,500 ng/mL, the TSAT level was less than 30%, and no loading dose of IV iron had been given in the previous 6 months.
Parienti et al (2002) compared a five minute scrub using either 4% povidone iodine (Betadine) or 4% chlorhexidine gluconate (Hibiscrub) against a five minute hand rub using 75% propanol-1, propanol-2 with mecetronium ethylsulfate (Sterillium).
Zinc gluconate lozenges are proving to be effective in shortening the length of colds and reducing symptoms quickly, according to a study published in Canadian Family Physician.
Each infusion contained 400 mg of magnesium chloride hexahydrate, 40 mg of calcium gluconate, 3,000 mg of vitamin C, 1,000 mcg of hydroxocobalamin, 100 mg of pyridoxine hydrochloride, 250 mg of dexpanthenol, 2 mg of riboflavin, 100 mg of thiamine, and 100 mg of niacinamide.
A recent study comparing the bioavailability of zinc gluconate and zinc enriched yeast (Lalmin Zn) was recently conducted on human volunteers in Japan.