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Synonyms for sodium

a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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1 shows the effects of these plant extracts on mice liver homogenate induced with 5uM sodium nitroprusside on lipid peroxidation.
According to the company, the US FDA approved Sodium Nitroprusside Injection is available as a single dose vial containing 50 mg per 2mL (25mg/mL) and is an AP Rated generic equivalent of Nitropress.
We therefore investigated whether CGA impacted the response to a NO donor, sodium nitroprusside (SNP), which activates the sGC pathway.
omega]]-Nitro-L-arginine methyl ester NF-[kappa]B: Nuclear factor-kappaB NO: Nitric oxide PE: Phenylephrine ROS: Reactive oxygen species SNP: Sodium nitroprusside.
The ligand exchange process in this case is corroborated by changes in FT-IR absorption of valence vibrations of the C[equivalent to]N bond (see above) and, in addition, by conducting the reaction of chitosan chlorohydrate with sodium nitroprusside (Table 1, complex 8).
If the target BP threshold still has not been achieved, it is essential to obtain consultation on the need for continuous infusion of labetalol, nicardipine, or sodium nitroprusside.
The continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis program was continued and sodium nitroprusside infusion was started for hypertension.
Since the advent of vasodilators prazosin, captopril, nifedipine, sodium nitroprusside, hydrazine, scorpion antivenom and intensive care management the fatality is dropped to less than 2-4% (8).
Using another measure of endothelial function, strain gauge venous occlusion plethysmography after intra-arterial infusion of sodium nitroprusside (an endothelium-independent vasodilator) or acetylcholine (an endothelium-dependent vasodilator), Buechner et al.
In terms of nitric oxide (NO) scavenging activity, the nitric oxide was liberated from sodium nitroprusside at physiological pH.
The procedure is based on the method, where sodium nitroprusside in aqueous solution at physiological pH spontaneously generates nitric oxide, which interacts with oxygen to produce nitrite ions that can be estimated using Greiss reagent.
Ammonia then reacts with sodium hypochlorite and phenol in an alkaline solution (with sodium nitroprusside as the catalyst) to form an intensely blue indophenol compound.
Other agents such as sodium nitroprusside, glyceryl trinitrate, clonidine and prazosin have been used but their unfavourable side-effect profile limits their clinical usefulness (4,5).