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Sodium chloride 0.9 percent and normal saline are not quite the same solution. While they share the same osmolality, sodium chloride contains more salt.

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"Normal saline" is a 9 g/L solution of sodium chloride.


Yes this saline is a hypertonic solution but 3% saline is also not normal. There is nothing "normal" about it. There is only one "normal saline" and that is 0.9%.


This is a isotonic saline solution.


This is the saline solution used in health.


No, saline is water H2O with sodium chloride NaCl, and water is just H2O


Normal saline solution has a sodium chloride concentration of 9 g/L.


For a normal saline solution the concentration of sodium chloride is 9 g/L.


A saline solution is a solution containing sodium chloride and water.


This solution is considered normal saline.


A Physiological salt solution is a technically incorrect term for a normal saline solution. A normal saline solution is %0.90 NaCl (sodium chloride.) (percentage is mass per volume.


Normal saline has a sodium chloride concentration of 9 g/L.


Normal Saline 0.9% is called an isotonic solution. A 0.0% saline solution is called a hypotonic solution. A solution of this concentration would cause water to diffuse into the red blood cells and cause them to burst open. A 10% saline solution is called a hypertonic solution. A solution of this concentration would cause water to diffuse out of the red blood cells, making them shrivel up and shrink.


Because the normal saline solution is 0,9 %.


Normal Saline is an isotonic solution.


The mineral found in saline solution is salt (sodium chloride).


How much salt is in normal saline my saline solution says that salin = 0.9% salt in water


Yes. NS=Normal Saline and NSS=Normal Saline Solution


Yes. Normal saline is isotonic. Add anything to it and its omolarity increases hence normal saline with 20kcl is of a higher osmolarity than plasma hence it is hypertonic.


What is the difference between normal saline solution and ringer's lactate solution?


Yes, but it has 39 mEq/L of Na and Cl and always contains 5% dextrose for osmolality reasons.. No, you can not. By definition NORMAL saline is a 0.9% sodium chloride solution. Any other concentration is simply not normal. You can infuse 0.25% saline, either with or without dextrose if you desire. Osmolarity is a concern without dextrose, but is clinically warranted in rare situations.


To make a 9 percent saline solution, start by preparing a 100 percent salt solution. With a bottle of 100 percent salt water, take 9 percent and dilute with distilled water to make a 9 percent saline solution.


Type your answer here... weight out 0.85g of sodium chloride and dissolve in 1L of water.


in iv use. the solution contains 0.9% sodium chloride.


Normal saline is the commonly used phrase for a solution of 0.90% w/v of NaCl.




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