Difference Between Nacl Infusion And Alcohol?
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NaCl infusion is a liquid containing water mixed with salt whose amount depends on the level of NaCl written on the infusion bottle. For example, 0.9% NaCl infusion contains 9 grams of salt in 1 liter of liquid. Because the intravenous fluid is intended to be given directly into a vein, this fluid must be sterile. NaCl infusion fluid is not used to sterilize an object and has no ability to kill bacteria or viruses.
Alcohols in chemistry are organic compounds in which hydroxyl groups (-OH) are bound to carbon atoms. Alcohol itself has a variety of types depending on what further bonds are held by the carbon atom that binds to the hydroxyl group. In everyday life there are several types of alcohol that are commonly found, some of which are ethanol, methanol, isopropyl alcohol, and ethylene glycol. These types of alcohol can be found in different products. For example, alcoholic beverages containing ethanol, rubbing alcohol (or alcohol used to clean wounds) are isopropyl alcohol. Methanol and ethylene glycol are found in many products such as paints or paint solvents, cleaning products, glue, etc. As you can see that each type of alcohol has a different function, not all can be drunk, not all can be used to clean wounds, and not all can be used to sterilize tools / objects from bacteria or viruses.
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