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*  Sodium nitroprusside
... crystals are also of interest for optical storage. For this application, sodium nitroprusside can be ... Sodium nitroprusside is also useful in the identification the mercaptans (thiol groups) in the nitroprusside reaction. Sodium ... Treatment of sodium nitroprusside overdose includes the following: Discontinuing sodium nitroprusside administration Buffering ... Sodium nitroprusside is used in a separate urinalysis test known as the cyanide nitroprusside test or Brand's test. In this ...
*  Nitroprusside reaction
The nitroprusside reaction is a chemical test used for detecting the presence of free thiol groups of cysteine in proteins. ... The nitroprusside reaction is usually used for the identification of ketones in urine testing. Chatterjea (1 January 2004). ... Proteins with the free thiol group give a red colour when added to sodium nitroprusside with ammonium hydroxide. Some proteins ...
*  Lofepramine
Sodium nitroprusside. Enhanced hypotensive effect. Thyroid hormones. Effects on the heart of lofepramine may be exacerbated. ...
*  Cyanide poisoning
It can also be caused by breakdown of nitroprusside into nitric oxide and cyanide. Nitroprusside may be used during treatment ... "Sodium Nitroprusside". The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Archived from the original on 21 December 2016. ... the medication nitroprusside, and certain seeds such as those of apples and apricots. Liquid forms of cyanide can be absorbed ...
*  Coronary steal
It has been associated with nitroprusside. Coronary arteriovenous fistula between coronary artery and another cardiac chamber, ...
*  Simon's reagent
Solution A: Dissolve 1 g of sodium nitroprusside in 50 mL of distilled water and add 2 mL of acetaldehyde to the solution with ... The reagent is composed of a mixture of sodium nitroprusside, sodium carbonate and acetaldehyde, which is dripped onto the ... Leeuwenkamp, O. R.; van Bennekom, W. P.; van der Mark, E. J.; Bult, A. (1984). "Nitroprusside, antihypertensive drug and ... The amine and acetaldehyde produce the enamine, which subsequently reacts with sodium nitroprusside to the imine. Finally, the ...
*  Arteriolar vasodilator
... s include: hydralazine minoxidil nitroprusside. ...
*  Nitrovasodilator
Molsidomine and nitroprusside already contain nitrogen in the right oxidation state (+2) and liberate NO without the aid of ... Nitroprusside is used intravenously for the treatment of hypertensive crises, heart failure, and lowering of blood pressure ... Nitroprusside, given intravenously, acts immediately, and after stopping the infusion blood pressure returns to its previous ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Sodium nitroprusside: Monograph. Tanaka, Y.; Tang, G.; Takizawa, K.; Otsuka, K ...
*  Mitral insufficiency
The vasodilator most commonly used is nitroprusside. Individuals with chronic MI can be treated with vasodilators as well to ...
*  Theodor Weyl
Bernshtein, V N; Belikov, V G (1961). "Sodium Nitroprusside and Its Use in Analysis". Russian Chemical Reviews. 30 (4): 227. ...
*  Carboxyhemoglobin
"Elevated carboxyhemoglobin associated with sodium nitroprusside treatment". Intensive Care Med. 31 (9): 1235-8. doi:10.1007/ ...
*  Hypertensive emergency
In most cases, the administration of intravenous sodium nitroprusside injection which has an almost immediate antihypertensive ... compared to sodium nitroprusside. In addition, non-pharmacological treatment could be considered in cases of resistant ... such as with sodium nitroprusside infusions), while urgencies can be treated with oral agents, with the goal of lowering the ... effect, is suitable (but in many cases not readily available). Besides, nitroprusside runs a risk of cyanide poisoning. Other ...
*  Qualitative inorganic analysis
Sulfides also turn solutions of red sodium nitroprusside purple. Sulfites produce SO2 gas, which smells of burning sulfur, when ...
*  Hydralazine
Arteriolar vasodilator Cadralazine Dihydralazine Endralazine Sodium nitroprusside "Hydralazine Hydrochloride". The American ...
*  Photochromism
Those based on sodium nitroprusside and the ruthenium sulfoxide compounds. The ruthenium sulfoxide complexes were created and ...
*  Hypertensive encephalopathy
Nitroprusside - an arteriolar and venous dilator, given as an intravenous infusion. Nitroprusside acts within seconds and has a ... This may be done with labetalol or sodium nitroprusside given by injection into a vein. In those who are pregnant, magnesium ... However, the potential for cyanide toxicity limits the prolonged use of nitroprusside, particularly in patients with renal ... A comparison of intravenous nicardipine and sodium nitroprusside in the immediate treatment of severe hypertension. Am J ...
*  Cystinuria
The most specific test is the cyanide-nitroprusside test Ultrasound/CT scan to reveal if a stone is present. Genetic analysis ... The stones may be identified by a positive nitroprusside cyanide test. The crystals are usually hexagonal, translucent, white. ...
*  Philip Coppens (chemist)
Among the many 3-dimensional structures Coppens characterized is the nitroprusside ion. Coppens was a püioneer in the field of ...
*  Wilhelm Weith
Among his earlier works was a treatise on nitroprussides (1868). In 1880 he published a study on the correlation between the ...
*  Thiocyanate
Sodium nitroprusside, a metabolite of which is thiocyanate, is however still used for the treatment of a hypertensive emergency ... Rhodanese catalyzes the reaction of sodium nitroprusside with thiosulfate to form the metabolite thiocyanate. Thiocyanate ...
*  Potassium ferrocyanide
... red crystals of sodium nitroprusside can be selectively crystallized. Upon treatment with chlorine gas, potassium ferrocyanide ...
*  Urine test strip
The test used in the urine test strips is based on the reaction of sodium nitroprusside (nitroferricyanide). In this reaction ... Sodium nitroprusside + Acetoacetic acid + Alkali medium → Pink-magenta complex + Water The test does not measure beta- ... the acetoacetic acid in an alkali medium reacts with the sodium nitroprusside producing a magenta coloured complex: Na2[Fe(CN) ...
*  Beta-2 adrenergic receptor
... nitroprusside, and electrical stimulation". Neurourology and Urodynamics. 14 (2): 153-68. doi:10.1002/nau.1930140208. PMID ...
*  Serotonin syndrome
Conversely, hypertension or tachycardia can be treated with short-acting antihypertensive drugs such as nitroprusside or ...