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EDTA

 (ē′dē-tē-ā′)
n.
A crystalline acid, C10H16N2O8, that acts as a strong chelating agent. The sodium salt of EDTA is used as an antidote for metal poisoning, an anticoagulant, and an ingredient in a variety of industrial reagents.

[e(thylene)d(iamine)t(etraacetic) a(cid).]

EDTA

n
(Elements & Compounds) ethylenediaminetetra-acetic acid; a colourless crystalline slightly soluble organic compound used in inorganic chemistry and biochemistry. It is a powerful chelating agent used to stabilize bleach in detergents. Formula: [(HOOCCH2)2NCH2]2

EDTA

ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid: a colorless compound, C10H16N2O8, capable of chelating a variety of divalent metal cations: used in food preservation, as an anticoagulant, and in the treatment of heavy-metal poisonings.
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Noun1.EDTA - a complex molecule used medically to chelate metal ions in cases of lead or heavy metal poisoning
molecule - (physics and chemistry) the simplest structural unit of an element or compound
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The effect of increasing EDTA application rates on water calcium hardness was performed to establish a valid mathematical expression that represented the relationship between the desired calcium concentration in water and the required EDTA: initial calcium hardness ratio.
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The results showed that Citric acid treated planned root specimens presented a dense blood cells and fibrin attachment, while tetracycline treated showed moderate and EDTA treated showed scarce attachment of blood clot elements.
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However, the related literature lacks more consistent information on the tissue dissolution results obtained when NaOCl is combined with EDTA.
Various methods like, EDTA disk synergy (EDS) test (3), MBL E-test (1), EDTA-based microbiological assay (4) are used for detection of MBLs.
On the smears made from day-2 EDTA sample, alterations in leukocyte and erythrocyte morphology were already evident; they were more pronounced on smears made on subsequent days.
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It was noted that this was the largest study to date of high-dose vitamin therapy, and the vitamins played a role in clinical improvement when combined with EDTA.
A partir de lo anterior, la presente revision se llevo a cabo para analizar la evidencia existente acerca de los cambios que producen en la dentina el EDTA, el acido citrico y la tetraciclina, al ser empleados como irrigantes endodonticos y determinar sus beneficios y perjuicios, teniendo en cuenta su concentracion y tiempo de aplicacion.
Conclusion: Bone marrow aspirate slides prepared at the end of the procedure from EDTA preserved samples were not inferior to slides prepared directly from the aspirated sample.