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a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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Out of 7 sealed bottles of Compound Sodium Lactate IP taken from the stock of the hospital, 2 showed positive culture of 'Klebsiella bacteria,' which was responsible for the infection.
2 days, and sodium lactate delayed microbial growth by 6 days, compared to the control.
Meanwhile, dietary sodium lactate at 1% reportedly improved the growth of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii, but levels of 2%, 3%, or 4% caused hepatopancreatic damage (Khalil et al.
Sodium pyruvate is superior to sodium lactate in correcting acidic environment at the early stage of severe shock because renal glycogen regeneration is subjected to compensatory enhancement Furthermore, sodium pyruvate prevents the generation of oxygen radicals by hindering the formation of peroxides, and eliminates them by reacting with H2O2 to yieldcentral venous oxygen saturation index and urine output were also improved after treatment, with significant inter-group differences also (Pless than 0.
A bag of Compound Sodium Lactate (CSL) was hung 2000mm off the floor with the exit point of 1000mm off the floor providing a water head of 1000mm.
Chromium was selected because this metal was detected at higher concentrations in the undiluted sodium lactate solution.
The effects of calcium and sodium lactates on growth from spores of Bacillus cereus and Clostridium perfringens in a 'sous-vide' beef goulash under temperature abuse.
25) The concentration of lactate in the saturated solution was determined by UV-Vis spectrophotometer at 215 nm, employing sodium lactate solutions to build up the calibrations curve.
The enzyme activity was also measured for reversible reaction using 400 uM NAD+ and 200 mM sodium lactate at pH 7.
Alexis Hartmann later added sodium lactate (Hartmann & Senn 1932) leading to the more physiological, although not perfect, solution in use today.
And each frank's sodium (from salt, sodium lactate, sodium diacetate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrite) reaches 1,070 milligrams--about two-thirds of a day's worth .
A V3-GISS triplelumen peripheral set was connected to this port with a 1 litre bag of compound sodium lactate connected via an administration set to the primary arm of the peripheral set.
botulinum, the scientists took into account a number of variables, including the effects and interactions of temperature, pH, sodium chloride content, sodium pyrophosphate and sodium lactate concentration.