What is the solubility of diazepam tablet to normal saline solution (NSS) ? ples provide a link if possible.TY?
im doing thesis, and i nid to dissolve diazepam tablet in NSS..how many ml. of NSS do i nid to dissolve for the tablet to be ready for administration...? thank you in advance
Asked by Sanora Dilorenzo 1 year ago.
You would not dissolve a tablet in NSS to administer it. Valium is equally insoluble in both 5% dextrose and normal saline (0.9 %). In both solutions, it precipitates out in solution. It is only dissolvable in alcohol and you would need an appropriate alcohol solution for dissolving it for injection. For the purposes of you these, you should probably stick to a commercially prepared solution for injection. Diazepam in liquid form for IV or IM administraiton is dissolved in 40% propylene glycol and 10% alcohol with 5% sodium benzoate and benzoic acid added as buffers and 1.5% benzyl alcohol added as a preservative. Answered by Ilse Fadley 1 year ago.
What are the solute and solvent particles in the following solutions? ?
1.) wine 2.) fish sauce 3.) vinegar 4.) stainless steel 5.) brass 6.) bronze 7.) mineral water 8.) intravenous fluid (dextrose) 9.) diver's gas tank 10.) balloon 11.) fiber glass 12.) silicon chip 13.) LPG Please cite also your source. Thank you!
Asked by Robert Mingle 1 year ago.
1) wine: alcohol and water are solvent 3) vinegar: water is solvent 7.) mineral water: water is solvent. and some others like magnesium and calcium are solute sorry i can't answer others Answered by Bethany Mckever 1 year ago.
fizzdude lol i thot a guy whose name was fizzdude would actually know this kind of stuff im guessing its for an assignment? I really don't know im a college student but im not good in the science department ur probably like 'she's wasting my time! get to the point!" well....one advice look in google or some other site to backup what people say here cuz they cud be wrong. Okay? Have a nice day! Answered by Fanny Galimberti 1 year ago.
you can't be the real fizzdude. The real fizzdude doesn't ask questions & he sure don't know how to answer one w/o being ignorant. edit. you gave me a thumbs down but, you didn't say if you were really fizzdude or not. Answered by Phylicia Belvees 1 year ago.
Does it matter if after an overdose of ethylene glycol if you are sick about 5 mins after ingesting?
this is a question asked purely out of curiosity, i have not taken an overdose. i am a medical student and need a source for my notes. thank you :) x
Asked by Jennette Clutter 1 year ago.
Ethylene glycol is the sweet antifreeze that alcoholic sometime imbibe when they have no cash for alcohol. The injestion of ethylene glycol is a medical emergency. Chances are that you are not going to feel so well after 5mins of injestion. What happens is that you get a gap metabolic acidosis. Such a patient would need urgent treatment with fomepizole or ethanol to prevent the catabolism of ethylene glycol by alcohol dehydrogenase. MS3 - good luck. Answered by Herschel Barlage 1 year ago.
The answers above are great. In addition, the possibility of aspiration during vomiting needs to be taken into consideraton. Aspiration pneumonia is a likelihood as glyols are petroleum based. Answered by Jenee Pellet 1 year ago.
Most men cannot do this haha. Could you wager that the quickest man in my university landed a four:00.39 in state? About part a moment clear of breaking the countrywide high school ranking. I myself can run a mile in four:26 and the two mile in nine:eleven Answered by Sherry Lanzarotta 1 year ago.
Where are you studing medicine? I can't believe you don't know the harmful effects of Anti-Freeze! Answered by Rona Waisman 1 year ago.
I didn't know how to say that last guys answer was awsome I'd listen Answered by Christel Gorlich 1 year ago.
Why is ethanol an effective treatment for ethylene glycol poisoning?
Asked by Edelmira Lango 1 year ago.
The antidotes for ethylene glycol poisoning are ethanol or fomepizole; antidotal treatment forms the mainstay of management following ingestion. Ethanol (usually given IV as a 5 or 10% solution in 5% dextrose and water, but, also sometimes given in the form of a strong spirit such as whisky, vodka or gin) acts by competing with ethylene glycol for the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase thus limiting the formation of toxic metabolites. Fomepizole acts by inhibiting alcohol dehydrogenase, thus blocking the formation of the toxic metabolites Answered by Nyla Eke 1 year ago.
Alternate phrasing of the same explanation: "Alcohol acts as a competitive inhibitor to the active site of the enzyme that converts ethylene glycol to its toxic form. Once alcohol binds, the ethylene glycol is harmlessly excreted out of the body." Answered by Devin Mausser 1 year ago.
The glycol isn't toxic in itself, metabolic byproducts do the damage. Ethanol blocks metabolism of the glycol by binding more readily to alcohol dehydrogenase. Answered by Shery Gilbreath 1 year ago.
Ask sombody smarter Answered by Lawana Bumba 1 year ago.
10 day water fast?
how much weight will a 197 pound 5'5" female lose on a ten day water fast??
Asked by Shaniqua Cusworth 1 year ago.
you will lose muscels and water end up dehydrate it why would you want to that ever a bout detox *cleaning your body from bad stuff and start a new health diet after you finish it* start to eat that detox,,, Detox, short for detoxification, is the removal of potentially toxic substances from the body. Although detox is primarily thought of as a treatment for alcohol or drug dependence, the term is also used to refer to diets, herbs, and other methods of removing environmental and dietary toxins from the body for general health. This is a sample two-week detox diet plan to support detoxification by increasing elimination from the body, cleansing the colon, enhancing circulation to clear toxic substances, eliminating foods from the diet that require detoxification or are allergenic, and providing nutrients to support and protect the liver, the main organ involved in detoxification. Sample List of Allowed Foods on a Detox Diet Fruit Fresh or frozen fruit Vegetables All fresh vegetables. Vegetables thought to be particularly good detox foods include broccoli, cauliflower, broccoli sprouts, onions, garlic, artichokes, beets, red and green vegetables. Rice All forms of rice, including rice cakes, rice crackers and rice pasta. Brown rice is typically preferred. Other Grains Quinoa, amaranth, millet, and buckwheat can be used instead of rice. They can be purchased at a health food store or in some grocery stores. Beans Split yellow and green peas and lentils are easiest to digest and require the least soaking time. Other good options include kidney beans, pinto beans, mung beans, garbanzo beans (chickpeas) and adzuki beans. Nuts and Seeds Unsalted nuts or seeds can be sprinkled over salads or eaten as a snack. Good options include flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, cashews and walnuts. Nut butters are permitted. Peanuts and peanut butter are usually not recommended. Oil Extra-virgin olive oil is a preferred oil. Sample List of Foods to Avoid on a Detox Diet Sugar Includes sugar, products containing sugar, and hidden forms of sugar, such as sucrose, dextrose, corn syrup, brown sugar, and turbinado. Artificial sweeteners are usually not recommended Dairy Products Milk, butter, cream cheese, sour cream, and other dairy products. Wheat Wheat and products containing wheat, such as pasta and bread. Gluten All gluten-containing grains: wheat (including spelt, triticale, and kamut), rye Coffee Although most detox diets recommend avoiding coffee, both regular and decaffeinated, one cup a day is usually acceptable and may reduce the occurrence of caffeine withdrawal headaches. Other Foods to Avoid Yeast Alcohol Food additives and preservatives Chocolate High-Fat Foods Answered by Arlyne Vemura 1 year ago.
I don't know but It's a really bad idea. If you fast for 10 days, you will gain the weight back within the next 10 days you eat again. Answered by Tamika Schoville 1 year ago.
I am sorry but it is a wrong way to lose weight because as soon as you drink the weight comes back and it is not healthy, I recommend you to cut sugar and rice. My brother in law did it it worked perfect, and he lost a lot. take care Answered by Teressa Melander 1 year ago.
don't water fast!!! just exercise and you will gradually lose weight. water fasting is a great weigh to develop anorexia. Answered by Diamond Ronero 1 year ago.
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1--Each part of the eyeball refracts light to cause an image to focus on the retina. However, this does not always occur correctly. Which one of the following statements about refraction error is TRUE?If the image is focused behind the retina, the person is nearsighted (has myopia).These conditions may result...
Asked by Russell Anwar 1 year ago.
1--Each part of the eyeball refracts light to cause an image to focus on the retina. However, this does not always occur correctly. Which one of the following statements about refraction error is TRUE? If the image is focused behind the retina, the person is nearsighted (has myopia). These conditions may result from too much strain on the eyes. If the image is focused behind the retina, the person is nearsighted (has hyperopia). If the image is focused in front of the retina, the person is nearsighted (has myopia). 2--At birth, a baby has 270 bones, but as a child grows, some bones fuse together so that at adulthood, there are only 206 bones. At the lower end of the spinal column, five vertebrae fuse together to form the: phalanx. periosteum. sternum. sacrum. 3--Cytokines are non-antibody proteins that regulate the immune response. One of the first cytokines discovered was: prostaglandin. histamine. interferon. monokines. 4--the opening through which urine passes from the body is known as: the fistula. the calculi. the urinary meatus. Bowman’s capsule. 5--For the first few days after giving birth, the hormone prolactin stimulates the mammary glands in women to first produce __________, and later __________. colostrum; milk milk; colostrum amniotic fluid; HCG HCG; electrolytes 6--Which one of the following statements about physical examinations is TRUE? Infants should be examined monthly until they are one year old. Age is not a consideration in scheduling physical exams. At age 10 months, a baby begins immunization. Pediatric patients should be examined more often than adults. 7--the iron-carrying protein, __________, gives a red blood cell its color. hematocrit hemoglobin leukocyte dextrose 8--In preparation for a surgical procedure, body hair is shaved because it encourages __________ accumulation. antiseptic fenestrated polyp microbial 9--_________ injections have an immediate effect on the patient because medication is introduced directly into the bloodstream. Intravenous Intramuscular Subcutaneous Intradermal 10--Which one of the following statements about marijuana is NOT true? Marijuana can have hallucinogenic effects on the user. Marijuana distorts the perception of time and reality. Marijuana is one of the oldest and probably the most widely used drugs, next to alcohol. Marijuana has no effects on the respiratory or the reproductive systems. Answered by Melvin Valeriano 1 year ago.
1) If the image is focused in front of the retina, the person is nearsighted (has myopia) 2) sacrum 3) interferon 4) the urinary meatus 5) colostrum; milk 6) Pediatric patients should be examined more often than adults 7) hemoglobin 8) microbial 9) Intravenous 10) Marijuana has no effects on the respiratory or the reproductive systems Answered by Bernardine Churchill 1 year ago.
Chemistry Help Please^_^?
Can you please help me answer these questions please:D!1. Which of these is an indication that a chemical reaction change occurs in the leaves of a growing plant?A. the green color of the leavesB. difference in the temperature of leaves as air temperature changes C. shade in area beneath a tree with...
Asked by Romelia Wagenknecht 1 year ago.
Can you please help me answer these questions please:D! 1. Which of these is an indication that a chemical reaction change occurs in the leaves of a growing plant? A. the green color of the leaves B. difference in the temperature of leaves as air temperature changes C. shade in area beneath a tree with leaves D. increase in the amount of oxygen around the leaves Calcium has a molar mass of 40.0 g/mol. How many particles are in 18.0 g of calcium? A. 2.71 x 10^23 B. 6.02 x 10^23 C. 1.33 x 10^24 D. 6.34 x 10^24 Which of the following changes would increase the pressure of the gaseous contents of a container with a fixed volume? A. decreasing the number of moles of gas at a fixed temperature B. decreasing the temperature of the contents of the container C. increasing the number of mole of gas and increasing temperature D. increasing the temperature and opening the container Which of the following assumption is not part of the kinetic theory? A The particles are always moving B Particles are smaller at lower pressure C Particles move faster at higher temperatures D All matter is made up of tiny, invisible particles Which of the following materials is an electrolyte in an aqueous solution? A dextrose B carbon dioxide C ethyl alcohol D lithium iodide What type of energy is associated with the movement of an object? A kinetic energy B magnetic energy C nuclear energy D potential energy Calcium has a atomic mass of 40.1 amu What is the mass, in grams, of 0.330 mol of calcium? A 12.1 g B 13.2 g C 121 g D 132 g What is a property of water that makes it important for living things on earth? A very low specific heat capacity B high electrical and thermal conductivity C ability to dissolve a wide variety of substances D very low melting point compared to other compounds with small molecules What is the source of the energy produced by the fission of uranium in a nuclear power plant? A Mass is converted to energy as the uranium nucleus and the neutron combine B Energy is released as heat because the products have more particles than the reactants C Protons and electrons release energy as they come together to form the three neutrons D Due to mass defect, the reactants have more mass than the products, and the difference is converted to energy How does the energy of a photon relate to the wavelength of of electromagnetic wave? A Photons and waves are not related to one another B Increasing the wavelength increases the energy of the photon C Photon energy is inversely related to wavelength D Photon energy increases as the square of the increase in wavelength Answered by Lolita Schwall 1 year ago.
1 .a 2. a 3. c 4. b 5. d 6. a 7. b 8. c 9. a? 10. c Answered by Dayna Posen 1 year ago.
Making Sulutions for Vet Tech?
My vet tech showed us how to do this and I forgot how to do this. I have my notes but I think everytime I do it I have the wrong answer. Can someone show me how to do this? Thanks.1) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 1000ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 5% solution. How much dextrose do you add?2) You...
Asked by China Macbride 1 year ago.
My vet tech showed us how to do this and I forgot how to do this. I have my notes but I think everytime I do it I have the wrong answer. Can someone show me how to do this? Thanks. 1) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 1000ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 5% solution. How much dextrose do you add? 2) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 250ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 7.5% solution. How much dextrose do you add? 3) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 500ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 15% solution. How much dxtrose do you add? 4) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 250ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 2.5% solution. How much dextrose do you add? 5) You have 50% dextrose. The doctor wants a 500ml bag of 0.9 NaCl mixed to a 25% solution. How much dextrose do you add? 6) You have 50 % dextrose. The doctor wants a 1000ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 7.5% solution. How much dextrose do you add? 7) 750ml of 15% alcohol is needed. How much 80% alcohol is required to make the 15% alcohol? How much water is needed to mix the 80% alcohol? 8) 400ml of 10% dextrose is needed. How much 75% dextrose is required to make the 10% dextrose? How much water is needed to mix the 75% dextrose? 9)You have 65% dextose. The doctor wants a 500ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 7.5% solution. How much dextrose do you add? How much water is needed to needed to mix the 65% dextrose? 10) 200ml of 25% dextrose is needed. How much 50% dextrose is required to make the 25% solution? How much water is needed to mix the 50% dextrose? 11) You have 85% alcohol. The doctor wants 1000ml bag of 0.9% NaCl mixed to a 25% solution. How much alcohol do you add? How much water is needed to mixed the 85% alcohol? 12) 450ml of 50% dextrose is needed. How much 75% dextrose is required to make the 50% solution? How much water is needed to mix the 75% dextrose? Answered by Nigel Scharping 1 year ago.
This is a real lack of understanding solution formulation and dilutions; I suggest you ask to go over this again one on one so you can really see it done and do it slowly with the procedures written out. That is the only way to really understand the process. Anything else will make you unsafe. Answered by Royce Kiesewetter 1 year ago.