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sodium citrate

n.
A white crystalline or granular compound, Na3C6H5O7, used in photography and in medicine especially as an anticoagulant of blood stored for transfusion.
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[ClickPress, Wed Aug 28 2019] Global Sodium Citrate Anhydrous Market Overview Sodium citrate anhydrous is a sodium salt of citric acid.
The facility produces liquid saline and sodium citrate, which are solutions used in the plasmapheresis, or plasma collection, process.
* Firstly 9ml of blood is drawn aseptically from the vein of the patient in a 10ml syringe containing 1ml sodium citrate (sodium citrate can be obtained from the blood bag).
Usually, a 9:1 blood to sodium citrate ratio is used with a buffer range between 3.2% and 3.8%.
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The patients are currently given variable doses of sodium bicarbonate, sodium citrate or potassium citrate in liquid form every four to six hours, concluded the company.
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Check labels for acidic additives, such as phosphoric acid, sodium citrate, and citric acid, when choosing drinks, and rinse your mouth with water after drinking acidic products.
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.