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chapter 11 part 1

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D2.5W 2.5% dextrose in water
D5W 5% dextrose in water
D5RL 5% dextrose & lactated Ringer's solution
D5NS 5% dextrose & normal saline
D2.5 1/2NS 2.5 dextrose & 0.45%normal saline
0.45%NS 1/2 normal saline
SWFI sterile water for injection
BWFI bacteriostatic water for injection
KCI potassium chloride
KPO4 potassium phosphate
Kacet potassium acetate
NAPO4 sodium phosphate
MVI multivitamin for injection
TE trace elements (combinations)
Zn zinc (which is a trace element)
Se selenium (another trace element)
iv flow rates are entered as mL/hr. or gtts./min.
the formula for Xgtts. per min. is [(fluid volume /hrs. of delivery time)(drop rate)]/60min. per hr.
calculations should always be double checked
electrolytes are dissolved in mineral salts
many iv fluids have electrolytes
Created by: wildap