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acid phosphate

[′as·əd ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A mono- or dihydric phosphate; for example, M2HPO4 or MH2PO4, where M represents a metal atom.
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Treatment: Group A: buffaloes pertaining to this group were treated with sodium acid phosphate, (Inj.Alphos-40(tm)1, 200-250ml slow i/v b.i.d along with DCP @ 120g b.i.d.
80g sodium acid phosphate and 2.5g tranexamic acid (Transamine injection 250mg x 10) were mixed with 500 ml of 5% dextrose saline and intraveinously administered to each animal once daily till clinical recovery or death.
However, some acid phosphate was present in the nCaP with Ca/P ratio of 1.5 and 1.67, suggesting that the material bears some resemblance to Ca-deficient apatitic materials.
Acid phosphate esters are believed to react with the substrate metal and bind the coating tightly to the substrate.
All PPH affected animals underwent therapy with sodium acid phosphate 60 g dissolve in 300 ml of 5 % dextrose through intravenous route followed by 60 g through subcutaneous route, inj.
6a) showed the pattern of amorphous calcium phosphate with the presence of some acid phosphate (870 [cm.sup.-1]), adsorbed water (3407 [cm.sup.-1]), molecular water (1645 [cm.sup.-1]), and a large amount of trapped C[O.sub.2] (2342 [cm.sup.-1]) as well as some carbonate incorporation in the structure (870 [cm.sup.-1], 1422 [cm.sup.-1], and 1499 [cm.sup.-1]) [37].
The animals showed good response to treatment with sodium acid phosphate 60 gm intravenously and supportive therapy with Ceftriaxone with Tazobactam @ 7.5 mg/kg b.wt.
Smith (1973) reported that the recommended treatment for post-parturient haemoglobinuria in North America includes intravenous infusion of sodium acid phosphate (60 g in 300 ml of water), 100 g of bone meal administered as a drench twice daily, transfusion of fresh blood as indicated and intravenous fluids to maintain hydration.