osmolar


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osmolar

(ɒzˈməʊlə)
adj
(Biochemistry) biochem containing one or more osmoles per litre of solution
Translations

os·mo·lar

a. osmolar, de naturaleza o propiedad osmótica.
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A single breath hold volumetric scan was obtained following the dynamic injection of non-ionic low osmolar iodinated contrast material (Ultravist 300 or 370) at a dose of 2 ml/kg body weight.
This discrepancy (commonly called an osmolar gap) suggests the presence of an unmeasured low molecular-weight solute with osmolar properties.
This revealed an osmolar gap of 106mOsm/kg [H.sub.2]O, and anion gap was calculated to 41 mmol/L (Table 1).
Collet et al., "Cardiac events after low osmolar ionic or isosmolar nonlonic contrast media utilization in the current era of coronary angioplasty," Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, vol.
Furthermore, we calculate the urine osmolar gap (UOG) using the following formula:
Although rare, contrast-induced neurotoxicity has been well documented with intravascular use of nonionic low osmolar contrast material [3-7].
During intravenous urography, low osmolar iodinated contrast media is injected intravenously according to the patient's weight.
Riker, "Removal of propylene glycol and correction of increased osmolar gap by hemodialysis in a patient on high dose lorazepam infusion therapy," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
Later, it was suspected that bradycardia is related to the injection of high osmolar ionic contrast material into the right coronary artery [4].
There are several subgroups of water-sodium imbalances: osmolar imbalances, which have to do with the amount of water in the body in relation to the number of solutes, and volume imbalances, in which sodium, chloride and water work together as a team.
Riboflavin osmolar modification for transepithelial corneal cross-linking.