Ringer injection

Ring·er in·jec·tion

(ring'ĕr),
a sterile solution of sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride, containing in each 100 mL between 820 and 900 mg of sodium chloride, between 25 and 35 mg of potassium chloride, and between 30 and 37 mg of calcium chloride; used intravenously as a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.

Ring·er in·jec·tion

(ring'ĕr in-jekshŭn)
Sterile solution of sodium chloride, potassium chloride; used intravenously as a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.

Ringer,

Sydney, English physiologist, 1835-1910.
Krebs-Ringer solution - see under Krebs, Sir Hans Adolph
lactated Ringer injection - used intravenously as a systemic alkalizer and a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.
lactated Ringer solution - a sterile solution of calcium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, and sodium lactate in water. Synonym(s): Hartmann solution
Locke-Ringer solution - see under Locke
Ringer injection - a sterile solution of sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride, used intravenously as a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.
Ringer solution - resembles the blood serum in its salt constituents.
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