saline solution


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Synonyms for saline solution

an isotonic solution of sodium chloride and distilled water

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Grifol's 500ml Normal Saline solution is manufactured at its industrial complex in Murcia (Spain) and has passed US FDA approval to market this product in the US in 2017.
Finish up with a squirt or two of saline solution in both eyes.
Scientists have developed a flexible battery that could run on saline solutions such as bodily fluids such as tears, sweat or even urine.
However, simple saline solutions merely rinse the sinuses.
Leaves were immersed in the aqueous extract or in the saline solution for approximately five seconds, without using any adhesive substance, and were subsequently accommodated in the arenas.
The project provides lighting to areas without electricity with the creation of lamps that run on saline solution.
Mucociliary clearance and buffered hypertonic saline solution.
Hasan Alam, working with his colleagues at the University of Michigan Hospital, drugged up a pig, created a massive hemorrhage to simulate the effect of a massive gunshot wound, and then replaced its blood with a cold saline solution, cooling the pig's cells to just 10 Celsius (50F).
For a commercial, isotonic saline solution with natural antimicrobial agents, the reduction was a statistically significant 27% (p = 0.
18% saline solution was infused intravenously over 2 hours.
He's experienced with injecting saline solution into bodies during cosmetic procedures, (http://www.
The number of patients poisoned by saline solution at Stepping hill hospital is 17, police said yesterday.
POLICE now believe 16 people were poisoned by the contamination of saline solution at Stepping Hill Hospital.
A NURSE accused of tampering with saline solution at a hospital spoke of her horror at being dubbed an "angel of death" and "killer nurse" by newspapers.
A NURSE accused of tampering with saline solution at a hospital has spoken of her horror at being dubbed an "angel of death" and "killer nurse" by newspapers.