lactated Ringer's solution

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lactated Ringer's solution

A crystalloid electrolyte sterile solution of specified amounts of calcium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, and sodium lactate in water for injection. It is used intravenously to replace electrolytes.
See also: Ringer, Sydney

lactated Ringer's solution

classical isotonic, balanced electrolyte solution with major electrolytes in the same concentration as in blood. Contains sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, and bicarbonate as lactate.
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The initial fluid management to correct shock requires the goal-orientated approach already described with bolus therapy using isotonic Ringer's lactate.
In contrast to these current treatment guidelines for EAHE, administration of isotonic fluids such as Ringer's lactate and isotonic saline (0.
Administering Ringer's lactate to symptomatic athletes without a blood test to rule out or confirm a diagnosis of hyponatraemia should be discouraged, as it can result in a fatal outcome.
The Ringer's lactate infusion rate was increased to compensate for a fall in blood pressure and the vital signs, including blood pressure, were monitored every minute for the next 15 minutes.
A recent study has shown that, in patients undergoing renal transplantation, potassium concentrations were better controlled with Ringer's lactate than with saline.
Using 20 U/L of IV 5% dextrose Ringer's lactate at a rate of 600 cc/hour will saturate every oxytocin receptor in the uterus; there's no reason to use more.
A continuous or intermittent irrigation with Ringer's lactate or normal saline solution is needed for satisfactory vision.
Reich's technique of leaving 1,000-2,000 cc of Ringer's lactate in the peritoneal cavity I do not know to what extent this has been adopted, nor can I accept that a salt solution is bacteriostatic or bacteriocidal.
In March, data was presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma showing that Hemopure stabilized severe hemorrhagic shock better than standard fluid resuscitation with Ringer's lactate and equally well as blood transfusion in a preclinical study in animals.
In the late 1970s I developed a laparoscopic technique to prevent infection by obtaining absolute hemostasis underwater using Ringer's lactate solution and leaving 1,000-2,000 cc of this solution in the peritoneal cavity as bacteria can't grow in salt solution.
Biopure's oxygen therapeutics consist of bovine hemoglobin that has been ultrapurified, chemically cross-linked for stability and formulated in a balanced salt solution similar to Ringer's lactate.
Oxyglobin is a sterile, intravenously administered solution consisting of purified, chemically modified hemoglobin in modified Ringer's lactate, a commonly used resuscitative fluid.