saline infusion

saline infusion

the therapeutic introduction of a physiological salt solution into a vein.
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Likewise, a plasma aldosterone greater than 10 ng/dL following the IV saline infusion is also confirmatory.
In this small study, 16 human volunteers were randomly allocated to a sequence of four treatment infusions for 120 minutes, separated by at least three days, each: 1) glucagon, 2) GLP-1, 3) glucagon and GLP-1 in combination and 4) a saline infusion as a control.
We think hyponatre-mia in the presented patient was due to direct bortezomib toxicity, as it resolved following cessation of bortezomib and saline infusion.
Female Wistar Albino rats received a single intraperitoneal injection of CYP (150 mg/kg) or saline and after 72 h, bladder function was evaluated by in vitro preparations of whole bladders and cystometry with continuous saline infusion under urethane anesthesia.
Many imaging modalities have been used in the diagnosis of a uterine septum, including hysterosalpingogram (HSG), 2-D and 3-1) ultrasound, saline infusion sonohysterography, and MRI.
Saline infusion cloacoscopy revealed the presence of a 2-cm-diameter cloacolith within the coprodeum that was obstructing the rectal opening.
Various investigations available for evaluation of the endometrium are TVUS, saline infusion sonohysterography (SIS), D&C, hysteroscopy, and endometrial biopsy.
The drug was reconstituted to a total volume of 50 ml with N-saline, and then given into the site injection port of a freely flowing saline infusion over 6-10 min; the saline infusion was continued to flush the vein.
The patient was resuscitated with normal saline infusion and intravenous antibiotics were started.
The initial session was a single-blind, placebo lead-in in which all patients were given a saline infusion.