Ringers solution


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Ring′er's solu`tion

(ˈrɪŋ ərz)

n.
an aqueous solution of the chlorides of sodium, potassium, and calcium in the same concentrations as normal body fluids, used chiefly in the laboratory for sustaining tissue.
[1890–95; after Sydney Ringer (1835–1910), English physician]
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Effects on coagulation of balanced (130/0.42) and non-balanced (130/0.4) hydroxyethyl starch or gelatin compared with balanced Ringers solution: an in vitro study using two different viscoelastic coagulation tests ROTEMTM and SONOCLOTTM.
A rehydration strategy was instituted with lactated ringers solution and a mannitol infusion was commenced to maintain diuresis.