trisodium citrate


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trisodium citrate

[trī′sōd·ē·əm ′sī‚trāt]
(organic chemistry)
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Lots : Trisodium citrate, Saline solutions for dialysis, Dry sodium bicarbonate for dialysis.
Randomized, clinical trial comparison of trisodium citrate 30% and heparin as catheter-locking solution in hemodialysis patients.
Fresh solution of zinc-containing salt, trisodium citrate ([Na.
Sodium citrate dihydrate (C6H5Na3O7•2H2O), also known as citric trisodium salt dihydrate, or trisodium citrate dehydrate is obtained from citric acid and is available in granular or powder form having a salty but pleasant taste.
2% trisodium citrate collection tubes (BD Vacutainer Plus Plastic Citrate tubes, Becton Dickinson, Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA), dipotassium EDTA pediatric collection tubes (Microtainer, Becton Dickinson), and lithium-heparin pediatric collection tubes (Microtainer, Becton Dickinson).
In response, they conducted a two-year sequential study to compare the colonization rate of tunneled CVCs by comparing patients using Tego connectors, traditional catheter caps, and the locking solutions sodium chloride and trisodium citrate.
5 ml of 1% Sodium citrate was added by addition of trisodium citrate color changed from straw yellow to dark blue and finally to reddish color.
acid and trisodium citrate dihydrate--to the water and mix
The processed cheese prepared with trisodium citrate was whiter than the cheese prepared with the other emulsifying salts.
Randomised clinical trial comparison of trisodium citrate 30% and heparin as catheter locking solution in haemodialysis patients.
5% at 1%w/w), carbon sources (glucose, sucrose, maltose, galactose, lactose and trisodium citrate at 1% w/w), nitrogen source (sodium nitrate, yeast extract, peptone, urea, casein, ammonium sulphate and ammonium nitrate at 1% w/w), mineral salts (K[H.