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Sodium silicate is used in a variety of applications including washing eggs, vegetables, refining vegetable and other edible oils and peeling fruits. Sodium silicate (gel packets) is used as a moisture absorbing agent and preservative in vitamin pills and beef jerky.

Pharmacodynamics

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Pharmacokinetics

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Sodium silicate Indications / Sodium silicate Uses

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Sodium silicate Adverse Reactions / Sodium silicate Side Effects

Sodium silicate can cause serious exfoliative dermatitis and contact dermatitis. Sometimes, Sodium silicate can aggravate the symptoms of pre-existing diseases/disorders.

Precautions

Sodium silicate is contraindicated in individuals with sodium silicate and/or silicon dioxide, silica gel allergy.

Powdered form of Sodium silicate can cause severe skin burns and the degree of burns depends on the extent of exposure.

Avoid contact with eyes. If so, it can cause severe inflammation with irritation, pain and tears.

Special Precautions

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Other Drug Interactions

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Other Interactions

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Dosage

The dosage and duration of Sodium silicate treatment should be as prescribed by a physician.

Food(before/after)

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List of Contraindications

Sodium silicate and Pregnancy

USFDA Pregnancy category of Sodium silicate is unknown. Avoid taking Sodium silicate, if you are in gestation.

Sodium silicate and Lactation

Nursing mothers should consult a physician before using Sodium silicate

Sodium silicate and Children

Sodium silicate is contraindicated in children

Sodium silicate and Geriatic

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Sodium silicate and Other Contraindications

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Storage

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Lab interference

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