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The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mM

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The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mM


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


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


Hypernatremia is treated with infusions of a solution of water containing 0.9% sodium chloride (0.9 grams NaCl/100 ml water), which is the normal concentration of sodium chloride in the blood plasma


The normal concentration of sodium chloride in blood is 150 mmol/L.


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


The normal concentration of sodium in the blood plasma is 136-145 mm.


Isotonic means that the fluid has the same osmolarity as blood plasma - in the case of 0.9% sodium chloride, it means that this fluid has the same concentration of salt as blood plasma has.


This solution contain a specified concentration of sodium chloride.


You think probable to the concentration of sodium chloride in a material.


This is the amount (percentage etc.) of sodium chloride (NaCl) in a material; for example the concentration of sodium chloride in sea waters is approx. 36 g/L.


This depends on the sodium chloride concentration; higher the concentration, higher the density.


It depends on the concentration of sodium chloride.


The concentration of sodium chloride increase.


The concentration of chlorine in sodium chloride is 60,334 17 %.


Low sodium salt is a mixture of sodium chloride and potassium chloride, but the normal salt is only sodium chloride.


This depends on: - the volume of the drop - the concentration of sodium chloride solution


A sodium chloride solution can be hypo-, hyper- or isotonic depending on the concentration.


An electrolyte is a liquid that contains ions. The body fluids such as blood, plasma and interstitial fluid has a high concentration of sodium chloride, which is broken down into sodium ion (Na+) and chloride ion (Cl-).


Be aware that the concentration of chlorine in NaCl is 60,334 %.



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


Sodium chloride is dissolved in the plasma of the blood, along with other elements and compounds. Many proteins and salts are found in the liquid matrix called the plasma as well.


The average concentration of sodium chloride in ocean waters 1s 35 g/L.


A normal vinegar didn't contain sodium chloride.



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