Triferic OverviewIn chemistry, pyrophosphates are phosphorus oxyanions that contain two phosphorus atoms in a P-O-P linkage. A number of pyrophosphate salts exist, such as Na2H2P2O7. Often pyrophosphates are called diphosphates. The parent pyrophosphates are derived from partial or complete neutralization of pyrophosphoric acid. Important salts include disodium pyrophosphate and tetrasodium pyrophosphate. The pyrophosphate bond is also sometimes referred to as a phosphoanhydride bond, a naming convention wh...
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Ferric Pyrophosphate Citrate
- For Solution: 272mg Iron/packet
- Solution: 27.2mg Iron/5ml (5.44mg Iron/ml), 27.2mg/5ml, 272mg Iron/50ml (5.44mg Iron/ml), 272mg/50ml, 5.44mg Fe/ml, 6.75mg Iron/4.5ml (1.5mg Iron/ml)
NDC Database Records for Triferic: (4 results)Sorted by National Drug Code
- 57278-314 Triferic 5.44 mg/ml Parenteral Solution by Rockwell Medical, Inc
- 57278-315 Triferic 272 mg Parenteral Powder by Rockwell Medical, Inc
- 57278-316 Triferic 272 mg/50ml Hemodialysis; Parenteral Solution by Rockwell Medical, Inc
- 64811-315 Triferic 272 mg/272mg Parenteral Powder by Ropack Inc.