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a complex molecule used medically to chelate metal ions in cases of lead or heavy metal poisoning

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7a shows that while the breakthrough of bromide is well described, the measured values for EDTA have a much lower maximum, and the breakthrough is retarded.
She and Henion also have shown that it accurately measures EDTA in urine and environmental water samples.
The toxic metal excretion data after chelation by DMSA and EDTA demonstrated that DMSA chelation is better in extracting lead and arsenic, comparable in extracting aluminum, and less efficient in extracting cadmium.
Use of imipenem resistant strains alone can reduce the screening work greatly and imipenem with EDTA is found to give larger inhibition zones especially for VIM-2 isolates (7).
1) reported that the 24-h in vitro increases in plasma Hcy concentrations in the presence of EDTA were only 0.
The purpose of this article is to discuss the rationale, evidence, and experience of physicians who are acknowledged experts in the use of EDTA for treating cardiovascular disease.
In our study MIC and MBC values of thymol, EDTA and vancomycin were evaluated against several standard strains and clinical isolates of (Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Streptococcus pyogenes, Streptococcus agalactiae, VRE Van B, Bacillus subtilis) and Gram-negative pathogens bacteria (Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Dalum has been active with the EDTA for several years and has been a speaker at several EDTA conferences regarding new directions in hybrid technology for medium and heavy-duty trucks that reduce emissions, increase efficiency and tap cost efficient energy from the grid.
The role of divalent cations was determined by growing Listeria biofilms on stainless steel and adding EDTA at various times.
EDTA-DP may lead to misdiagnosis since low platelet count may determine by outomated blood counter in which EDTA as anticoagulant is used (1), (2).
Guardian Chelox L gives the makers of mayonnaise, dressings, margarine and spreads a flavor-based, value-adding, natural alternative to EDTA, which has long been the industry's traditional, synthetic chelator.
It has been routine practice in the hospital laboratory to reject a CBC sample that was drawn in an EDTA tube less than half filled.
Disodium EDTA was added to serum to a final concentration of 5 mmol/L, which corresponds to that in EDTA-containing plasma.
Q: Why is intravenous EDTA the most commonly used chelation agent to remove lead?
Modified Hodge test, EDTA disk synergy (EDS) test and AmpC disk test were used for the detection of carbapenemases, MBLs and AmpC [beta]-lactamases, respectively.