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Is normal saline can be used orally?

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can normal saline for irrigation be used orally at 200ml 3 times daily

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Yes, but half normal saline is usually sufficient (and far more frequently used than normal saline).


Normal saline intended to be used for intravenous administration comes under drug category.


0.9% NaCl solution (normal saline, physiological saline) is used to give intravenous fluids to the patients suffering from salt and water deprivation. It can be used to wash the wounds etc.


How do we prepare a normal saline?


Normal Saline is an isotonic solution.


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%.


Saline. Sometimes referred to as normal saline or 0.9% NaCl.


D5 Normal Saline/ D5W, 0.45% Normal Saline or 5%Dextrose in 1/2 Normal Saline, 0.2% Normal Saline. Hope i could help you. --freed


It is saline that has twice the concentration of salt as normal saline. Normal saline is 0.9% NaCl, so twice normal is 1.8% NaCl. Now I have a question. Is this ever given to patients?


normal saline composition is same as body fliud


what catecholamine should not be mixed with normal saline


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


normal saline is 0.85%w/v NaCl whlist physiological saline is 0.90% w/v NaCl.


Normal saline is a mixture which consists of 0.9% of salt (NaCl) and water. It is used in healthcare systems as a sterile, volume expander which replenishes electrolytes in the body. Normal saline is used in intravenous infusions.


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


Saline is nothing more than salt water. Salt is NaCl. Normal saline is a 0.9% solution of NaCl in H2O.


NS is normal saline and DNS is dextrose normal saline...


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


no sterile saline cannot be used because strile saline is different from injectable saline. strile saline is used for irrigating the wound and injectable saline in given intravenously


0.9% normal saline mimics the salinity of the body's fluids in the wound. In this manner, neither hypertonicity or hypotonicity issues become a concern for the tissues involved.



"Normal Saline" is 0.9% salt in water. This is also known as Isotonic Saline, and it contains the same percentage of salt as is normally found in the human body. The taste of tears are a good way of understanding Isotonic or Normal Saline.Half Normal Saline is 0.45% saline in water, and is called Hypotonic Saline. It is dangerous to give this in an IV unless prescribed by a physician after consulting laboratory tests on the patient. This is due to its osmolality.Formal Saline, or Formalin, is 10% salt in water. It is used to preserve lab specimens and in embalming bodies. Formalin is an extremely toxic chemical, and ordinary people should not come into contact with it.


Normal Saline should not be used in the humidifier of your CPAP machine. Only distilled water should be used. The salt in the saline water could build up in the water chamber and introduce bacteria in the air your breathe. If you have further questions regarding this, you should speak with your physician or respiratory therapist.


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.


Normal saline is the same as our body which is 0.9% saline. Serious side effects can occur if it did not have the same salt content as our body and in blood transfusions the red blood cells could burst open resulting in a very ill patient and even death. Saline is know as sodium chloride or symbolized as NaCl.



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