All patients were given thrombolysis therapy with Alteplase for Injection (rt-PA) freeze-dry powder (provided by Beijing Aide Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)., ten percent of which was diluted at the total dose of 0.9mg/kg with physiological saline
(10ml) within three hours of symptoms emerging followed by peripheral intravenous injection, after 1min, the remaining 90% was diluted with physiological saline
(250 ml) followed by continuous injection for 60min through infusion pump, the maximum treatment dose being 90mg.
The 3 treatment groups included: i) non-injected control treatment, ii) saline treatment injected with 0.6 mL of 0.75% physiological saline
solution, and iii) CrPyr (Hubei Ju sheng Technology Co.
The first group was considered as control and it was received orally 0.5 ml of physiological saline
solution (0.9 % NaCl).The second group was injected with 0.5 ml of essential oils at the dose of 150 mg/kg, whereas the third one was treated with same volume of reference drug (dichlofenac 30 mg/kg).After thirty minutes of oral administration, paw oedema was induced by injecting 0.025 ml of carrageenan, dissolved in physiological saline
solution (1 % p/v), into the plantar aponeurosis of the left hind paw whereas the right hind paw was taken as control.
A 3% hydrogen peroxide solution (Pozitif Kimya, Istanbul, Turkey) was freshly prepared by a 50% dilution with a physiological saline
 An epidural injection of physiological saline
solution after spinal anaesthesia can produce a higher level of analgesia in comparison to spinal anaesthesia alone, because of volume effect.
after diluting with physiological saline
to a total amount of 10 ml intravenously.
They recommended the use of physiological saline
; however, they failed to consider that bacteria in the root canal are alive and capable of growth and that they will continue to thrive if not eliminated from or destroyed within the root canal.
The prolapsed intestinal tract was transmitted to the abdominal cavity after sufficient cleansing with warm sterilized physiological saline
The comparison of the mean latency of convulsion for the groups receiving various doses of hydroalcoholic peppermint extract with the positive (diazepam) and negative (physiological saline
) control groups is displayed in Figure 1.
Animals in six groups were administered respective cultures subcutaneously at a dose of one billion of mycobacterial culture per 1 cm3 of suspension, prepared in sterile physiological saline
in accordance with the BCG-vaccine turbidity standard.
The heart was removed, washed in physiological saline
(0.9%) and the excess removed with the aid of a sterile gauze.