gluconate


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gluconate

(ˈɡluːkəˌneɪt)
n
(Chemistry) chem a salt of gluconic acid
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Calcium chloride has 3 times as much elemental calcium as calcium gluconate has.
Objective: To compare the efficacy of povidone-iodine and chlorhexidine gluconate scrubs in preventing surgical site infections.
5) My family has used topically applied supersaturated solutions of zinc gluconate to immediately terminate the sting of yellow jackets, bees, wasps, scorpions, and Portuguese manof-wars.
Consequently, a product named "Potassium Gluconate 595 mg" will actually contain only about 99 mg of active "elemental" potassium.
Calcium gluconate was produced in shake flasks and scale up investigations in 7.
2% Chlorhexidine gluconate mouth wash and vitamin B-complex on minor recurrent aphthous stomatitis with respect to reduction in duration of ulcer, recurrence of ulcers and to increase the gap between ulcer free days during a specific period.
3 mg of zinc gluconate and each bottle contains at least 45 doses (90 sprays).
UV Spectrum (taken by UV Spectrometer Model Labomed UVD 3500) of the iron gluconate shows the lmax at 239nm (Figure-3), while that of zinc gluconate was 229nm.
The results also showed a consistent 28% drop in the incidence of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI) with daffy chlorhexidine gluconate baths in the pediatric ICU patients studied, although the overall rate of CLABSI was low and hence this difference was not statistically significant, Dr.