sodium fluoride

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a colorless crystalline salt of sodium (NaF) used in fluoridation of water and to prevent tooth decay

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Apart from sodium fluoride and MFP, amine fluoride and stannous fluoride have also been used in toothpastes as therapeutic agents for caries control but these have received a little acceptance.
Testicular toxicity in sodium fluoride treated rats: association with oxidative stress.
Meta-analysis was performed on four papers using 5% sodium fluoride varnish to remineralise early enamel caries, and the overall percentage of remineralised enamel caries was 63.
Co-administration of vitamin E and sodium fluoride to animals of group C showed statistically significant prevention of signs of degeneration in hepatic lobules.
The assumption is that Bashar Assad sat in Damascus spiriting away all this sodium fluoride to build more chemical weapons.
Sargent's failure to segregate containers of spent hydrochloric acid and sodium fluoride prompted significant concern.
Then they dipped the cotton in a sodium fluoride solution for an hour.
In medical labs, sodium fluoride is added to blood samples, to stop the enzymatic metabolism of glucose, while it is being shipped to the laboratory, for analysis for blood sugar levels (glucose).
As of the third week of application, the scores of all the materials used presented statistically significant differences compared to baseline scores, with the exception of the placebo and the sodium fluoride groups.
The City of San Diego Municipal code (Section 67) enacted by the citizens in 1954 states "it is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person, including the City of San Diego and for its elective or appointed officers or employees, to use in or add to the water supply of this City any Fluorine, Sodium Fluoride, Sodium Silico Fluoride or any Fluoride compound, or to treat such water supply with aforesaid chemicals before delivery to the consumers thereof.
2002], and 2 of the studies used a sodium fluoride gel [Truin and van't Hof, 2005b; Truin and van't Hof, 2007; van Rijkom et al.
05% sodium fluoride can help reduce plaque levels, the academy notes.
In many countries, fluoride is purposely added to the water supply (water fluoridation) as sodium fluoride (NaF) and to toothpastes in 0.
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