Sodium Picosulfate CAS 10040-45-6
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|Product name:||Sodium picosulfate|
|Other Name||4,4'-(pyridin-2-ylmethylene)bisphenyl bis (sodiumsulphate);sodium picosulfate;Picosulfate Sodium;Disodium bis[4-[(hydroxysulfonyl)oxy]phenyl](2-pyridyl)methane;Evacuol;Laxoberal;Phenol, 4,4'-(2-pyridinylmethylene)bis-, 1,1'-bis(hydrogen sulfate), sodium salt (1:2);Picolax|
|Delivery time||within 24 hours upon receipt of payment|
|Delivery||Fast and secure shipping by EMS, DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS|
|Package||Discreet and Hidden package according to specific requirement|
|Solubility||Practically insoluble in water, freely soluble in acetone and in alcohol, soluble in fatty oils|
|Certification||SGS, ISO 9001|
|Payment Terms||Western Union, Money Gram , T/T, Bitcoin|
|Minimum Order Quantity||10 g|
|Usage||Sodium picosulfate is a stimulant laxative related to bis-acedyl; used for the treatment of constipation and for evaluation of the colon by stimulation bowel movements following hydrolysis by colon bacteria.|
Sodium picosulfate (INN, also known as sodium picosulphate) is a contact stimulant laxative used as a treatment for constipation or to prepare the large bowel before colonoscopy or surgery. It is sold under the trade names Sodipic Picofast, Laxoberal, Laxoberon, Purg-Odan, Picolax, Guttalax, Namilax, Pico-Salax and Prepopik among others. PicoPrep is based on Sodium picosulphate.
Sodium picosulfate is a stimulant laxative associated with diacyl groups; for the treatment of constipation and through colon bacterial hydrolysis by stimulating defecation to assess the colon.
1) Sodium picosulfate is commonly used to completely emptying the intestine and is usually used to prepare patients undergoing colonoscopy. It takes 12-24 hours of work because it works in a colon.
2) The most common side effects of Sodium picosulfate are abdominal cramps and diarrhea.
3) The use of Sodium picosulfate is associated with certain electrolyte disturbances, such as hyponatremia and hypokalemia.Patients often need to drink plenty of clear liquid and rehydrate to re-establish electrolyte balance.