Magnesium sulphate

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(Chem.) Same as Epsom salts.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At flower stage, farmers should apply spray of 200 grams potassium nitrate, 300 grams magnesium sulphate, 250 gram zinc sulphate and 250 gm boric acid in 100-120 litre of water.
Sugammadex after magnesium sulphate administration in a morbidly obese patient undergoing general anaesthesia.
It means mothers-to-be who go into early labour - before 30 weeks - will be offered magnesium sulphate during their labour to help reduce the risk of cerebral palsy in their babies.
Many clinical trials on healthy individuals have shown that [[alpha].sub.2]-adrenergic receptor agonists, magnesium sulphate (8) are also effective in controlling these hemodynamic variations.
Analgesic effect ofintra-articular magnesium sulphate compared with bupivacaine after knee arthroscopic menisectomy.
but 4g Magnesium sulphate intravenous given additionally as above protocol when separated from CPB in group MM.
Hans, "Effect of intra-operative magnesium sulphate on pain relief and patient comfort after major lumbar orthopaedic surgery," Anaesthesia, vol.
Mayer, "Magnesium sulphate reduces intra and postoperative analgesic requirement," Anesthesia & Analgesia, vol.
Treatments 1, 4 and 10 which were Magnesium Sulphate (0.05%), Manganese Sulphate (0.1%) and Calcium Chloride (0.1%) respectively registered higher plant heights which were 26.5 cm, 27.3cm and 27cm respectively and Treatment 7 which was Sodium molybdate (0.05%) registered low plant height which was 19cm.
Hossain, "Assessment of the long-term performance of SCC incorporating different mineral admixtures in a magnesium sulphate environment," Construction and Building Materials, vol.