physiological saline


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physiological saline

[‚fiz·ē·ə′läj·ə·kəl ′sā‚lēn]
(physiology)
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The mixture was then centrifuged at 6000 r/min-1 for 20 minutes; the sediment was washed several times and diluted with physiological saline until the protein concentration of 1 mg per 1 cm3 was achieved.
0 ml physiological saline, given twice a day at a safe dosage for SHR [sup][6]) was intragastrically administered to EG animals.
The rats were randomly allocated to the following groups: sham-operated control group (Shm: n=20); Ovx group receiving physiological saline (Ovx-PS: n=20); and Ovx group receiving alendronate sodium (Ovx-A: n=20).
After the incubation for 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24, 36, and 48 h, the pieces were sonicated in physiological saline and 100pL of each solution inoculation onto sheep blood agar.
FDs prepared with a water-soluble polysaccharide immediately swell in physiological saline and then release the drug as they dissolve.
Re-Constitution of vaccine: The ampoule of freeze- dried vaccine was diluted in Physiological saline solution (1000ml) (NaCl 0.
Intravenous (IV) fluid of 3000 cc/m2 was administered as 1/3 physiological saline solution along with bicarbonate (HCO3) treatment.
Sterile physiological saline was delivered by syringe and needle to wash away dentine debris.
The positive control group received CP (Sigma), and the negative control group received physiological saline (Kemika, Croatia).
The solutions of UGN were prepared in sterile physiological saline immediately before administration and the infusion was done by means of a pump (Braun Melsugen, Hamburg, Germany) connected to the scalp gauge inserted in the rat cistema magna.
After decapitation, the skin of the trunk and several fins was rapidly excised and immersed in physiological saline comprising (in millimoles): NaC1 (125.

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