What is it?
Gold Sodium Thiosulfate is a metal used primarily in jewelry, dental work, and in gold plating.

How can I avoid it?
Individuals who are allergic to gold should be able to avoid this metal. This may require not wearing gold jewelry, removing gold dental prostheses, or not receiving gold-based medicines. Many patients who have positive patch test results to gold, find no relevance of their gold reaction to their dermatitis.

Uses:
  • Ceramics and glassware
  • Cosmetics
  • Currency (coins)
  • Dental fillings / implants
  • Electronic circuits
  • Enamels
  • Eye and dental prostheses
  • Gold-plating
  • Jewelry
  • Medicines and pharmaceuticals
  • Photography
  • Porcelain and gilding glass
  • Intracoronary Stents
  • Pool supplies
  • Previous rheumatoid Arthritis treatment
  • Iodine remover
  • Leather tanning
  • Ammonia remover
  • Gold-plated intracoronary stents

Other names for Gold Sodium Thiosulfate:
  • Auranofin
  • Auricidine
  • Aurocidin
  • Aurolin
  • Auropex
  • Auropin
  • Aurosan
  • Aurothion
  • Aurothiodulfate natrium
  • Aurothiosulfate sodium
  • Bis (monothiosulfato-(2<)-0,S) aurate (3<0) trisodium
  • Bis (monothiosulfato)aurate(3<) trisodium
  • Crisalbine
  • Crytion
  • Double thiosulfate of gold and sodium
  • Gold sodium thiomalate - injectable therapeutic gold
  • Gold stannate
  • Gold trichloride - gold chloride
  • Hyposulfite sodium
  • Myochrysine
  • Novacrysin
  • Potassium bromoaurate
  • Potassium dicyanoaurate
  • Ridaura
  • Sanochrysine
  • Sel de Fordos et Gelis
  • Sodium aurothiomalate
  • Sodium aurothiosulfate
  • Sodium chloraurate
  • Sodium thiosulfoaurate
  • Sulfocrisol
  • Thiochrysine

How safe is it?

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