vitamin B1

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1] The patient in our case received intramuscular Vitamin B1 with 100 mg twice daily for 12 days.
Standard vitamin B1 (thiamine hydrochloride) solution (100 ppm) in deionized water was prepared and diluted to 50 ppm.
The effects of fish oil capsules and vitamin B1 tablets on duration and severity of dysmenorrhea in students of high school in Urmia-Iran.
Editor's Note: Vitamin B1 has particular relevance to muscle, blood, cardiovascular, and neurologic functions, and higher vitamin B6 intake and plasma concentrations may reduce elevated homocysteine levels, thereby lowering the risk of premature death due to conditions associated with hyperhomocysteinemia.
The latest research suggested that a synthetic version of vitamin B1 may stop this process from happening, probably by removing the toxins from glucose that damage heart cells.
A charity for problem drinkers has started giving them the beefy drink - a favourite with football fans - because it contains high levels of vitamin B1, also known as thiamine.
Delivering a combination of vitamin B1 and aloe throughout the body, the DEET-free, waterproof transdermal skin patch protects users from mosquitoes, gnats, ticks, chiggers, sand fleas, and no seeums for up to 36 hours.
Patch is offering an insect repellent patch that uses vitamin B1 and aloe to fight bugs instead of a high dose of chemicals.
The new product, which contains vitamin B1, helps reduce the risk of beriberi and Wernicke's encephalopathy in IV nutritional support.
Containing vitamins B1, B6, B12 and C, the chilled 'steam cooked' range contains as much as 20% more vitamin B1 and 30% more vitamin C than a standard boiled or blanched potato.
Humana said that it discovered shortcomings in the composition of the milk, which did not contain enough Vitamin B1.
Other eye essentials, such as vitamin B1, or thiamin (found in pork, legumes, whole-grain cereals and breads, wheat germ and potatoes), can prevent cataracts by reinforcing the optic nerve and guarding the retina from cell damage.
VITAMIN B1 (thiamine): Found in rice, it boosts growth and gives you a good appetite.
The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), citing recent deaths related to parenteral nutrition, has urged physicians to make sure that the liquid diets they use in feeding patients intravenously are supplemented with vitamin B1.