Triferic OverviewIn chemistry, a pyrophosphate is a phosphorus oxyanion. Compounds such as salts and esters are also called pyrophosphates. The group is also called diphosphate or dipolyphosphate, although this should not be confused with phosphates. As a food additive, diphosphates are known as E450. A number of hydrogen pyrophosphates also exist, such as Na2H2P2O7, as well as the normal pyrophosphates. Contents 1 Chemistry 2 In biochemistry 2.1 Terpenes 3 As a food additive 4 See also 5 References 6 ...
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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
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.