Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018581/001.

Names and composition

"SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018581/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
070031/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL
073465/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
207426/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
207499/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
208635/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017546/001 NIPRIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL
018450/001 NITROPRESS SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018581/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
070031/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL
070566/001 NITROPRESS SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL
071555/001 NITROPRESS SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 50MG per VIAL
071961/001 NITROPRESS SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
073465/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
207426/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
207499/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
208635/001 SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 25MG per ML
209387/001 NIPRIDE RTU IN SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE SOLUTION/IV (INFUSION) 50MG per 100ML (0.5MG per ML)

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Answered questions

What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
Asked by Nicolas Bing 2 years ago.

A qualitative test for cystinuria; following the addition of sodium cyanide to the urine, the further addition of nitroprusside produces a red-purple colour if the cyanide has reduced any cystine present to cysteine. "A qualitative test for cystinuria; following the addition of sodium cyanide to the urine, the further addition of nitroprusside produces a red-purple colour if the cyanide has reduced any cystine present to cysteine." Answered by Lucie Parness 2 years ago.


What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
1.Sodium Nitroprusside Testa.Transfer 1 drop of acetone in an evaporating dish and add 1 drop of distilled water. Then add 2 drops of sodium nitroprusside and 2 drops of 5% sodium hydroxide. Observe; add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid. Note the change in color. b.Repeat the test with ethylmethylketone in... Asked by Lynsey Hosie 2 years ago.

1.Sodium Nitroprusside Test a.Transfer 1 drop of acetone in an evaporating dish and add 1 drop of distilled water. Then add 2 drops of sodium nitroprusside and 2 drops of 5% sodium hydroxide. Observe; add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid. Note the change in color. b.Repeat the test with ethylmethylketone in place of acetone. What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test? Answered by Silvana Holsey 2 years ago.

To determine the presence of ketone bodies in bodily fluids,e.g urine.A change in color ,and also depending on the amount of color change will tell the concentration of ketones in urine. Asides from that,Na nitroprusside is used in urine analysis for ectasy and amphetamines(Simon's test) Answered by Fredricka Elderkin 2 years ago.

Sodium Nitroprusside Test Answered by Caprice Zephier 2 years ago.


Preparation of sodium nitroprusside 10g/L solution?
It's for a paracetamol project for college. But this is all the information I have. Please help!! Asked by Elva Srey 2 years ago.

with only this information, all you can say is that you would weigh out 10 g of Na nitroprusside (which comes as a salt) and dissolve it in enough water to make 1 L of solution Answered by Penney Miyao 2 years ago.

Preparation Of Sodium Nitroprusside Answered by Andre Segars 2 years ago.


What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
Asked by Nolan Humenik 2 years ago.

Sodium nitroprusside detects cysteine in the urine (cystinuria). The -SH group reacts with Na3Fe(CN)5NO to give a red color. Answered by Carolina Shimizu 2 years ago.


What is the importance of sodium-nitruprruside test?
Asked by Marcel Kilbourn 2 years ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: what is the importance of sodium-nitruprruside test? Answered by Edna Canida 2 years ago.

Cyanide Nitroprusside Test Answered by Erinn Acuna 2 years ago.

A simple blood test will suffice. You may have to ASK that the sodium levels be run. High Na levels can lead to high blood pressure and will usually lead to low Potassium. This in turn will give you foot/leg cramps. It's not something to mess with. Get the test run. Answered by Selina Godinez 2 years ago.


Why glucose gave a positive result in fehling's test?
-What is the clinical significance of sodium nitroprusside test?...-What is the basis of the Molisch test being used to differentiate aldehydes and ketones from carbohydrates?-What property of D-glucose is responsible for the observed specific rotation?-What is Specific rotation?-What is the importance of... Asked by Malika Faulhaber 2 years ago.

-What is the clinical significance of sodium nitroprusside test?... -What is the basis of the Molisch test being used to differentiate aldehydes and ketones from carbohydrates? -What property of D-glucose is responsible for the observed specific rotation? -What is Specific rotation? -What is the importance of phenylhydrazine test? HELP...me THANKS! Answered by Leonel Shulse 2 years ago.

-Glucose contains aldehyde group, so it gives positive fehling's test. -Sodium nitroprusside test is used to determine glucose level in blood in diabetic patients. -Molisch test is positive only for carbohydrates and not for aldehydes and ketones This test is useful for identifying any compound which can be dehydrated to furfural or hydroxymethylfurfural in the presence of H2SO4. Furfural is derived from the dehydration of pentoses and pentosans, while hydroxymethylfurfural is produced from hexoses and hexosans. But open chain aldehydes and ketones dont give this test -The specific rotation of a chemical compound [α] is defined as the observed angle of optical rotation α when plane-polarized light is passed through a sample with a path length of 1 decimeter and a sample concentration of 1 gram per 1 millilitre -muta rotation is responsible for the observed specific rotation. - Answered by Daria Stifel 2 years ago.

why aldehydes do not give nitroprusside test? Answered by Kellye Castellan 2 years ago.


How acidic is p-aminophenol in acetaminophen and 4-aminophenol-free paracetamol?
why is there a colour change after sodium nitroprusside and anhydrous sodium carbonate was added? i know that sodium nitroprusside is alkaline. how is it due to? Asked by Annabell Hochfelder 2 years ago.

MAybe u may go search for the article that appeared in the Pharmacopeial Forum Vol. 15 No. 5, I think answer is over there. Answered by Tommy Mashack 2 years ago.


Control of the circulation?
buatunde was passenger in the back seat of car driven by his friend carlos after celebrationg soccer vicotry with his teammates. carlos was driving ar a high rate of spees 80 and his reaction was not sufficient to avoid a car in that quickly changed lanes into his path. babatrunde was not wearing his seat belt and... Asked by Ron Williamis 2 years ago.

buatunde was passenger in the back seat of car driven by his friend carlos after celebrationg soccer vicotry with his teammates. carlos was driving ar a high rate of spees 80 and his reaction was not sufficient to avoid a car in that quickly changed lanes into his path. babatrunde was not wearing his seat belt and collision trapped him in the car. while the paramedics and fire department tried to free him, babatunde's heart stopped. he was freed, resuscitated and given sodium nitroprusside. explain the physiology underlying babatunde's cardiac arrest and treatment with nitroprusside. i need the answer include objective, method, result, conclusion. Answered by Jarvis Areizaga 2 years ago.


What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
Asked by Melvin Hamaker 2 years ago.

A qualitative test for cystinuria; following the addition of sodium cyanide to the urine, the further addition of nitroprusside produces a red-purple colour if the cyanide has reduced any cystine present to cysteine. "A qualitative test for cystinuria; following the addition of sodium cyanide to the urine, the further addition of nitroprusside produces a red-purple colour if the cyanide has reduced any cystine present to cysteine." Answered by Latashia Galamay 2 years ago.


What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
1.Sodium Nitroprusside Testa.Transfer 1 drop of acetone in an evaporating dish and add 1 drop of distilled water. Then add 2 drops of sodium nitroprusside and 2 drops of 5% sodium hydroxide. Observe; add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid. Note the change in color. b.Repeat the test with ethylmethylketone in... Asked by Vesta Shapiro 2 years ago.

1.Sodium Nitroprusside Test a.Transfer 1 drop of acetone in an evaporating dish and add 1 drop of distilled water. Then add 2 drops of sodium nitroprusside and 2 drops of 5% sodium hydroxide. Observe; add 2 drops of glacial acetic acid. Note the change in color. b.Repeat the test with ethylmethylketone in place of acetone. What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test? Answered by Gertrud Derenthal 2 years ago.

To determine the presence of ketone bodies in bodily fluids,e.g urine.A change in color ,and also depending on the amount of color change will tell the concentration of ketones in urine. Asides from that,Na nitroprusside is used in urine analysis for ectasy and amphetamines(Simon's test) Answered by Saul Kastanes 2 years ago.

Sodium Nitroprusside Test Answered by Wendell Geeding 2 years ago.


Preparation of sodium nitroprusside 10g/L solution?
It's for a paracetamol project for college. But this is all the information I have. Please help!! Asked by Daren Mclouth 2 years ago.

with only this information, all you can say is that you would weigh out 10 g of Na nitroprusside (which comes as a salt) and dissolve it in enough water to make 1 L of solution Answered by Myung Slone 2 years ago.

Preparation Of Sodium Nitroprusside Answered by Asuncion Teo 2 years ago.


What is the clinical significance of the Sodium Nitroprusside Test?
Asked by Felecia Mcclune 2 years ago.

Sodium nitroprusside detects cysteine in the urine (cystinuria). The -SH group reacts with Na3Fe(CN)5NO to give a red color. Answered by Marilou Baber 2 years ago.


What is the importance of sodium-nitruprruside test?
Asked by Latesha Hochman 2 years ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: what is the importance of sodium-nitruprruside test? Answered by Willow Dupriest 2 years ago.

Cyanide Nitroprusside Test Answered by Isadora Merriwether 2 years ago.

A simple blood test will suffice. You may have to ASK that the sodium levels be run. High Na levels can lead to high blood pressure and will usually lead to low Potassium. This in turn will give you foot/leg cramps. It's not something to mess with. Get the test run. Answered by Adolph Jacquay 2 years ago.


Why glucose gave a positive result in fehling's test?
-What is the clinical significance of sodium nitroprusside test?...-What is the basis of the Molisch test being used to differentiate aldehydes and ketones from carbohydrates?-What property of D-glucose is responsible for the observed specific rotation?-What is Specific rotation?-What is the importance of... Asked by Theresa Wyble 2 years ago.

-What is the clinical significance of sodium nitroprusside test?... -What is the basis of the Molisch test being used to differentiate aldehydes and ketones from carbohydrates? -What property of D-glucose is responsible for the observed specific rotation? -What is Specific rotation? -What is the importance of phenylhydrazine test? HELP...me THANKS! Answered by Rufina Belrose 2 years ago.

-Glucose contains aldehyde group, so it gives positive fehling's test. -Sodium nitroprusside test is used to determine glucose level in blood in diabetic patients. -Molisch test is positive only for carbohydrates and not for aldehydes and ketones This test is useful for identifying any compound which can be dehydrated to furfural or hydroxymethylfurfural in the presence of H2SO4. Furfural is derived from the dehydration of pentoses and pentosans, while hydroxymethylfurfural is produced from hexoses and hexosans. But open chain aldehydes and ketones dont give this test -The specific rotation of a chemical compound [α] is defined as the observed angle of optical rotation α when plane-polarized light is passed through a sample with a path length of 1 decimeter and a sample concentration of 1 gram per 1 millilitre -muta rotation is responsible for the observed specific rotation. - Answered by Dahlia Calizo 2 years ago.

why aldehydes do not give nitroprusside test? Answered by Malinda Gorzynski 2 years ago.


How acidic is p-aminophenol in acetaminophen and 4-aminophenol-free paracetamol?
why is there a colour change after sodium nitroprusside and anhydrous sodium carbonate was added? i know that sodium nitroprusside is alkaline. how is it due to? Asked by Augusta Pepple 2 years ago.

MAybe u may go search for the article that appeared in the Pharmacopeial Forum Vol. 15 No. 5, I think answer is over there. Answered by Shera Pavoni 2 years ago.


Control of the circulation?
buatunde was passenger in the back seat of car driven by his friend carlos after celebrationg soccer vicotry with his teammates. carlos was driving ar a high rate of spees 80 and his reaction was not sufficient to avoid a car in that quickly changed lanes into his path. babatrunde was not wearing his seat belt and... Asked by Nicholle Maute 2 years ago.

buatunde was passenger in the back seat of car driven by his friend carlos after celebrationg soccer vicotry with his teammates. carlos was driving ar a high rate of spees 80 and his reaction was not sufficient to avoid a car in that quickly changed lanes into his path. babatrunde was not wearing his seat belt and collision trapped him in the car. while the paramedics and fire department tried to free him, babatunde's heart stopped. he was freed, resuscitated and given sodium nitroprusside. explain the physiology underlying babatunde's cardiac arrest and treatment with nitroprusside. i need the answer include objective, method, result, conclusion. Answered by Olin Diestler 2 years ago.


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