Ringer's Solution

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Ringer's solution

[′riŋ·ərz sə‚lü·shən]
A solution of 0.86 gram sodium chloride, 0.03 gram potassium chloride, and 0.033 gram calcium chloride in boiled, purified water, used topically as a physiological salt solution.

Ringer’s Solution


a balanced salt solution that resembles seawater in composition and ion concentration. It is a physiological solution that was proposed in 1882 by the British physiologist S. Ringer.

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With Model E, regardless of whether the joint was immersed in nucleated distilled water or nucleated Ringer's solution, the observed events were identical to those that were observed in Model B.
PEG (Polyethylene glycol) PEG+LR (PEG plus lactated Ringer's solution) EES (enteral electrolyte solution) EES+LR (EES plus lactated Ringer's solution) NaCl (0.9% sodium chloride solution) Table 2--Means and standard deviations values of pH, p[O.sub.2] (mmHg), pC[O.sub.2] (mmHg) and tC[O.sub.2] (mMol [L.sup.-1]) in venous blood (v) of five horses treated with PEG, PEG+LR, EES, EES+LR, and NaCl in pretreatment (T0h), treatment (T6h and T12h) and post-treatment (24h and T48h) periods.
Ringer's solution contained saline, with combinations of potassium, calcium and lactate.
The objective of this workwas to studythe influence of pH and fluoride concentration on the corrosion behavior of three Ti-xNb-13Zr alloys (x = 5, 13, and 20) in Ringer's solution at 37[degrees]C.
Waters JH, Gottlieb A, Schoenwald P, Popovich M, Sprung J, Nelson D 2001 Normal saline vs lactated Ringer's solution for intraoperative fluid management in patients undergoing abdominal aortic aneurysm repair: an outcome study Anaesthesia and Analgesia 93 817-822
This heavy-duty medical kit contains syringes, intravenous fluids, catheters, Ringer's solution (used intravenously to counter blood loss), plus pain killers, bandages and gauze.
For hypotension with tachycardia supply oxygen via mask, elevate the legs to 60 degrees to "dump" fluid centrally, and administer IV fluids (normal saline or lactated Ringer's solution).
Infusing a crystalloid solution (normal saline or lactated Ringer's solution) or stored packed red blood cells without clotting factors into a hemorrhaging patient will dilute the clotting factors and can actually make the patient more coagulopathic.
For 25 years I have requested that my patients receive dextrose 5%/lactated Ringer's solution (D5/LR) as the primary intravenous fluid.
Particulates also can form when diluents that contain calcium, such as Ringer's solution or Hartmann's solution, are used to reconstitute ceftriaxone for injection.
"We were able to deliver Ringer's solution in a clinically relevant time frame without a pump and in a way that was very well tolerated, and we can start thinking about replacing some of our [intravenous] hydration," said Dr.
All HAP coated 316L SS specimens were subjected to cyclic polarisation experiment in Ringer's solution. The electrochemical cell of 500 ml capacity fitted with saturated calomel electrode (SCE) as reference electrode, platinum foil as auxillary electrode and 316L SS as working electrode was used for all measurements.