mannitol


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Synonyms for mannitol

a diuretic (trade name Osmitrol) used to promote the excretion of urine

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Four different regimens were used for intraoperative ureteral evaluation: 1) oral phenazopyridine 200 mg, 2) intravenous sodium fluorescein 25 mg, 3) mannitol bladder distention, and 4) normal saline bladder distention.
Mannitol is chemically inert, has low moisture content and is a non-reducing sugar, making it suitable for formulation as it will not react with the API.
The treatments were: i) Drought stress, that is water being withheld from the group of plants, ii) Watering treatment with 200 mM NaCl, iii) 200mM mannitol solution treatment, iv) 100 [micro]M methyl jasmonate treatment and v) Control treatment: watered with tap water.
The results of the study showed that the administration of mannitol or hypertonic saline with or without the addition of starch could be related to haemostasis impairment, although hypertonic saline seems to be safer due to less alteration in coagulation.
By optimizing the mannitol fermentation of heterofermentative LAB, Increased mannitol yields have been achieved (31).
Filtered sterile glucose, sucrose, maltose, mannitol and lactose at 5different concentrations (1 g 5 g) were added to the sterile basal medium separately.
Objectives: To compare the effects of different routes and timings of administration of dopamine and mannitol used to alleviate the adverse effects of prolonged cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) on renal functions in coronary artery surgery.
The etymology of mannose and mannitol comes from the root word manna.
Prior analysis conducted on juices that were difficult to ferment have shown accumulation of mannitol and changes in precursor plasma membrane lipid components in samples from difficult-to-ferment juices compared to the easy-to-ferment control juices from the same vineyard.
Xylitol, maltitol, sorbitol, mannitol, isomalt, lactitol: They vary from roughly as sweet as sugar (xylitol) to about a third as sweet (lactitol).
Two wheat cultivars (Janbaz and Atta Habib) were subjected to different mannitol levels (0 125 250 and 500 mM) under room temperature in petridishes.
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