Difference In Nacl Content Of 0.9 For Infusion And For Lab Purposes?
Good afternoon, I want to ask the difference between NA CL 0.9 which is used for infusion and LAB (medical), what are the different ingredients in it? Thanks.
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NaCl 0.9% is a sterile solution for intravenous injection, the liquid contains 0.9% NaCl. Very many drug companies that make these solutions. These solutions are available in various types, and are adapted to their use such as for infusion, pengoplos drug, or for the laboratory. But basically the ingredients are the same as long as it says 0.9% NaCl on the cover. It's just that the bottle packaging is not uncommon for infusion. But the infusion form can be used for a variety of things, such as washing the wound, mixing the lab, etc. What is used besides its content is its sterility because it is packaged in such a way.
Here are other types of fluids that are commonly used in hospitals.
That's all the answers I can give.
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