calcium carbonate

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a salt found in nature as chalk or calcite or aragonite or limestone

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Established in 2002 by Adam Stearns and Brian Miller, AdCal quickly developed its niche business supplying markets as diverse as labels for healthcare and electronics to special products for the oil industry and aircraft manufacturer Boeing.
His medication on admission included omeprazole, bisoprolol, sodium bicarbonate, aspirin, iron sulphate, adcal D3, trimethoprim, novorapid, and glargine.
She had been taking warfarin, frusemide, isosorbide mononitrate MR, nicorandil, atenolol, atorvastatin, AdCal D3 and weekly alendronic acid with no known drug allergies.
Sales of Adcal, used for treating osteoporosis, jumped by 32 per cent to pounds 6million.
They reported a 78 per cent rise in revenues for the first half of the year with their top product Adcal, which combats bone condition osteoporosis, seeing sales soar by 59 per cent.