saline solution

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Noun1.saline solution - an isotonic solution of sodium chloride and distilled watersaline solution - an isotonic solution of sodium chloride and distilled water
isosmotic solution, isotonic solution - a solution having the same osmotic pressure as blood
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Under the terms of the agreement, Henry Schein will market and distribute Grifol's 500ml Normal Saline solution (0.
Most of the exam will be visual, but you'll need a few basic tools to do the job right: a flea comb, a stiff wire brush or heavy metal comb for combing out burrs, and cotton swabs and saline solution.
But they added that a simple saline solution, or salt water like that of bodily fluids, also performed well.
Jones hypothesized that if chewing xylitol gum helps, then introducing xylitol via a saline solution into the nose and sinuses would have greater effect.
two synthetic products with metaldehyde-based active principle (Madelesma[R] and Metarex[R]) embedded in toxic bait pellets with V) 3% concentration and VI) 5% concentration, and saline solution at the concentrations of VII) 5% and VIII) 10%.
Ispirol saline solution for rinsing the bladder (27gr + 5,4gr) l,b05bc01 manitol solution of
UNITED States President Barack Obama on Wednesday lauded Filipina engineer Aisa Mijeno, who invented lamps powered by saline solution, during a forum for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit 2015 in Manila.
5% hypertonic saline solution because it was about the same concentration of sea water and was considered harmless and better tolerated by the patients, including even children.
While the expiration date on the bottle had passed, it is hard to imagine how the age of the eyewash made it reasonably likely that a reasonably serious injury would occur (and never mind the fact that the bottle of saline solution was sitting right next to a sink).
The reversibly dyed hydrogel or silicon hydrogel substrate returns to its non-dyed appearance over time and the dye is removable by soaking in a saline solution.
If a patient arrives with a traumatic injury, and attempts to restart their heart have failed aACAo if they're on the doorstep of death aACAo they will have their blood replaced with a cold saline solution, which stops almost all cellular activity.
Results--In male kestrels, butorphanol did not increase thermal thresholds significantly for foot withdrawal, compared to results for saline solution administration.