Medical Definition of Carbacrylamine resins

1. A mixture of the cation-exchange resin's, carbacrylic resin and potassium carbacrylic resin (87.5%) and of the anion-exchange resin, polyamine-methylene resin (12.5%), used to increase the faecal excretion of sodium in oedema associated with excessive sodium retention by the kidneys, e.g., in congestive heart failure, cirrhosis of the liver, and nephrosis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbacrylamine Resins

carb
carb-
carb-face
carb up
carbaalanate
carbaalanates
carbaalane
carbaalanes
carbaborane
carbaboranes
carbacephem
carbacephems
carbachol
carbachols
carbacrylamine
carbacrylamine resins (current term)
carbacrylic
carbadox
carbage
carbaldehyde
carbaldehydes
carbamate
carbamate hydrolase
carbamate kinase
carbamates
carbamazepine
carbamic
carbamic acid
carbamide
carbamides

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