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Sodium-rich carbonated natural mineral water ingestion and blood pressure.
Santos A, Martins MJ, Guimarães JT, Severo M, Azevedo I. Santos A, et al. Rev Port Cardiol. 2010 Feb;29(2):159-72. Rev Port Cardiol. 2010. PMID: 20545244 Clinical Trial. English, Portuguese.
The mineral content of these waters varies greatly, with many brands containing high levels of sodium. However, some mineral waters contain greater amounts of bicarbonate instead of chloride as the anion associated with the sodium cation. This is relevant bec …
The mineral content of these waters varies greatly, with many brands containing high levels of sodium. However, some mineral waters c …
Adverse reactions to contrast media in CT: effects of temperature and ionic property.
Vergara M, Seguel S. Vergara M, et al. Radiology. 1996 May;199(2):363-6. doi: 10.1148/radiology.199.2.8668779. Radiology. 1996. PMID: 8668779 Clinical Trial.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: In 4,936 patients, CT was performed with four protocols: ionic contrast medium with sodium meglumine as the cation (in one protocol, contrast material was warmed to 35 degrees C before injection; in another protocol, it was administered at amb …
MATERIALS AND METHODS: In 4,936 patients, CT was performed with four protocols: ionic contrast medium with sodium meglumine as the …