Citric acid

Calculi Dissolution Agent, Anti-coagulant

Brands

Alka-Seltzer

Citric acid Oral Tablet

DosageBrandImage
aspirin 325 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1700 MG Effervescent Oral TabletGeneric
aspirin 325 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1700 MG Effervescent Oral Tablet [Alka-Seltzer]Generic
aspirin 325 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1916 MG Effervescent Oral TabletGeneric
aspirin 325 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1916 MG Effervescent Oral Tablet [Alka-Seltzer]Generic
aspirin 325 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1916 MG Effervescent Oral Tablet [Bromo Seltzer Antacid Pain Reliever]Generic
aspirin 500 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1985 MG Effervescent Oral TabletGeneric
aspirin 500 MG / citric acid 1000 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1985 MG Effervescent Oral Tablet [Alka-Seltzer]Generic
citric acid 1000 MG / potassium bicarbonate 344 MG / sodium bicarbonate 1050 MG Effervescent Oral TabletGeneric

Citric acid desired effects:

  • Increased Renal HCO3- Excretion
  • Decreased Coagulation Factor Activity
  • Increased Intravascular Volume
  • Unknown Physiological Effect

Citric acid drug classes:

  • Calculi Dissolution Agent
  • Anti-coagulant

Citric acid pharmacologic actions:

  • Anticoagulants
  • Calcium Chelating Agents

Citric acid mechanism of action:

  • Acid-Base Activity
  • Electrolyte Activity
  • Alkylating Activity
  • Calcium Chelating Activity
  • Acidifying Activity
  • treatable

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