Calcium urolithiasis, Cyanide poisoning, Secondary Preventive Treatment for Calciphylaxis in Dialysis Patients
Oral A 2 M (molar) solution can be prepared with 74.4 g in 150 mL free water; 2.6 g can be given orally daily or 3 times a week. Dose is limited by ... View More
Oedematous sodium-retaining conditions.
Mode of Action
Thiosulfate is sulfur donor utilized by rhodenase to convert cyanide to less toxic thiocyanate. Cisplatin toxicity: Na-thiosulfate combines w/ cispla... View More
May irritate eyes, skin and respiratory tract.
Osmotic disturbances. Oral: catharsis (at high doses).
Decreases toxicity of cisplatin through rapid chemical inactivation of its platinum component.
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