Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Nitrates
Masoud Dehdashtian, Kemaladin Tebatebae Magnesium sulphate as a safe treatment for persistent pulmonary hypertension of newborn resistant to mechanical hyperventilation. Pak J Med Sci Oct - Dec 2007;23(5):693-7.
Ishtiaq Ahmad, Naveed Iqbal Anasri Bacteriological investigation; water supply of Mayo hospital & KEMC, Lahore. Professional Med J Jan - Mar 2007;14(1):66-9.
Kashif Niyaz, Khalid Niaz, Maseehuz Zaman, Shahid Kamal, Sharjeel Usmani, Salman Habib, Hina Hashmi, Waqar Husssain Assessment of viable myocardium by Nitrate Augmented 99mTc MIBI Myocardial perfusion imaging. J Pak Med Assoc Feb 2007;57(2):83-6.
Syed Sabahat Kazmi, Saadat Ali Khan Level of nitrate and nitrite contents in drinking water of selected samples received at AFPGMI, Rawalpindi. Pak J Physiol Dec 2005;1(1-2):28-31.
Nasrin Dashti, Mohammad Ansari, Mohammad Shabani, Safura Vardasbi Nitric Oxide donor (DETA NONOate) enhance experimental wound healing in Streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Pak J Med Sci Jul - Sep 2004;20(3):211-4.
Zahoor Ullah, Tasleem Akhtar, Salar Zai Quality of drinking water in rural Peshawar. Pak J Med Res Jul - Sep 2003;42(3):85-9.
Nahed Ashri, Shaden Wafa, Reem Al Kattan The effect of Toothbrush design on plaque removal efficiency. J Pak Dent Assoc Apr - Jun 2003;12(2):83-9.
Anwar M, Chaudhry N, Tayyab M Bacteriological quality of drinking water in Punjab: evaluation of H2S strip test. J Pak Med Assoc Oct 1999;49(10):237-41.
S Ali, Saadat Ali Characterization of Spring Water from Selected Localities of Pakistan. Pak J Health Dec 1998;35(3-4):89-95.
Erazi K A Sherazi, Rveen M Parveen, Zahid H Chohan Biological role of anions (sulfate, nitrate, oxalate and acetate) on the pharmacological properties of cobalt (II) and nickel (II) chelates with thienoyl - and furenoyl - derived compounds. Pak J Pharm Sci Jan - Jan 1998;11(1):1-8.
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