Why Is The Injection So Dry And Compatible If It Is Dissolved With Aqua Pro Injection / NaCl 0.9% / Dextrose 5%?
good evening, I want to ask why is injection dry so much and compatible if it is dissolved with Aqua Pro Injection / 0.9% NaCl / 5% dextrose? What is the reason?
I don't really understand what you mean by dry injection. Injection is certainly liquid and there is no dry liquid. I also don't understand what you mean by 'many and compatible'. If what you mean is a drug in powder form that can be dissolved with a certain liquid, then yes, of course there are drugs in such preparations.
There are certain types of drugs that will be more stable and not easily damaged, if stored in a dry form. When will be injected, the drug will be dissolved with aqua bidestilata or isotonic saline solution. This type of liquid was chosen to be used as a solvent because its composition is considered almost the same as blood plasma, so it will not cause interference with the concentration of ions and minerals when injected in a vein. The volume of the solvent liquid will be adjusted according to the drug dose. Dissolved drugs can be injected directly through a special line in the IV tube, or inserted into an IV fluid bag, so that the drug will enter the bloodstream gradually.
That's the answer from me. May be useful. Regards.