Edetate calcium disodium is a chelating agent that can remove a heavy metal from the blood. Edetate calcium disodium is used to treat lead poisoning. Edetate calcium disodium is a metal ion chelator used to reduce blood concentrations and depot stores of lead from the body. It is given by slow injection into a vein or into a muscle.
white crystalline powder
8.0 to 9.0
8,7 - 11,4 %
613.00 to 615.00 C
374.27 Grams (g)
slowly soluble in water
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In the blood, edetate calcium disodium removes heavy metals as a chelating agent. Lead poisoning is treated with edetate calcium disodium. There may be other uses that not listed in this medication guide.
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Applications Or where it is used:
A metal ion chelator such as edetate calcium disodium reduces blood concentrations of lead. It was approved by the FDA on 16 July 1953.
How to use:
An injection of edetate calcium disodium is administered into muscles or as an infusion into veins. This injection is administered by a healthcare professional. It takes up to 12 hours to inject it into a vein through an IV infusion.
Pain where the medicine was injected
Fever and chills
Tiredness and general ill feeling
Headache and tremors
Nausea and vomiting
Thirst or loss of appetite
Sneezing, stuffy nose, watery eyes
Mild skin rash
Warnings and precautions while using this product:
Edetate calcium disodium shouldn't be administered if you have a restricted urinary tract or kidney disease, or if you cannot urinate. In addition to its toxic effects, it can cause life-threatening medical problems. If you experience memory problems, trouble concentrating, behavioral changes, mood changes, or changes in your mental state, call your doctor right away.