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The original-formula Alka-Seltzer contains sodium bicarbonate (baking soda).
Arginine bicarbonate plugs the exposed pores in your teeth for immediate relief, while other ingredients, such as potassium nitrate and strontium chloride, block pain signals to the brain.
Scientists took the standard antibiotic susceptibility test and added sodium bicarbonate.
That drug is sodium bicarbonate solution, aka baking soda, which is used in chemo regimens, as a poison antidote, and to help patients whose blood has veered into acidic ranges, among other uses.
The shortage of sodium bicarbonate solution is only the latest example of an inexpensive hospital staple’s supply dwindling to a critical level.
This is not even the first time that the supply of sodium bicarbonate has run out.
If needed, spray with sulfur or potassium bicarbonate, available at nurseries.
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Origin and Etymology of bicarbonate
First Known Use: 1814See Words from the same year
medical Definition of bicarbonate
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