Calcium Chloride CaCl2 is an asleep salt, which exists in a solid anatomy or as a aqueous solution. Solid calcium chloride is a white, apparent actuality in the anatomy of flake, atom or powder. Depending on the crystallized baptize contents, it can be cotton-mouth or anhydrous. Aqueous calcium chloride is a colourless liquid. Due to it's exothermic properties, adeptness to allure damp from the air and ambience and deliquesce at a actual low temperatures, Calcium Chloride is broadly acclimated in snow and ice melting, dust control, oil and gas drilling, moisture-absorbing, accelerator for concretes, etc.
Calcium chloride is contraindicated for cardiac resuscitation in the attendance of ventricular fibrillation or in patients with the accident of absolute digitalis toxicity.
Calcium chloride is not recommended in the analysis of asystole and electromechanical dissociation.