- calcium chloride
- calcium chloride n a salt CaCl2 used in medicine as a source of calcium and as a diuretic
* * *[USP] a salt, CaCl2, used as a calcium replenisher in the treatment of hypocalcemia and of electrolyte depletion, in the treatment of hyperkalemia, and as a treatment adjunct in cardiac arrest and in magnesium poisoning; administered intravenously.
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