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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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Each animal of first group was treated by administering sodium acid phosphate (Merck) @ 80g as 20% solution in distilled water intraveinously as well as 80 g orally once daily till clinical recovery or death.
However, some acid phosphate was present in the nCaP with Ca/P ratio of 1.
SOPEPs containing ionizable acid phosphate groups are capable of self-emulsification in water, after neutralization with suitable amines.
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.
The animals showed good response to treatment with sodium acid phosphate 60 gm intravenously and supportive therapy with Ceftriaxone with Tazobactam @ 7.
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The case was treated with buffered inorganic phosphorus with inosine and sodium pyruvate (Novizac (a)) @ 30 ml per day by I/V route and Sodium acid phosphate @ 60-120g dissolved in 240ml of distilled water and mixed with 500ml dextrose with 10 ml multivitamin (Tribivet (a)) was given through injection.
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