crystalloid solution


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crystalloid solution

Transfusion medicine A balanced isotonic solution–eg, Ringer's lactate or saline fluid solution, used for volume expansion. Cf Colloid solution.
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Balanced crystalloid solution was administered at an infusion rate of 8-10 mL [kg.sup.-1] [h.sup.-1] in addition to RBC and FFP transfusions for fluid replacement.
(7) Following cesarean, an TV infusion of crystalloid solution is typically maintained for at least 4 to 8 hours.
Therefore, they should not decrease plasma colloid oncotic pressure (COP) as much as crystalloid solutions and intravascular volume should be better maintained.
Although the crystalloid solution was delivered rapidly, the rate of fluid expansion of the intravascular space with crystalloid may have been less than that of arterio- and veno-dilation induced by the spinal block (8).
Intravenous access was established and patients were pre-loaded with 20 mL per kg of crystalloid solution 20 minutes prior to giving subarachnoid block.
Crystalloid solution should be given at twice or thrice the volume of blood to be collected, as they will be redistributed throughout both the intravascular and extravascular spaces.
A wide bore cannula was inserted and the patient was preloaded with 20 mL/kg of crystalloid solution. All baseline vital parameters were recorded.
Normal saline is perhaps the most widely available and most commonly used crystalloid solution. Similarly, Gelofusine[R] (B.
she was also given fluid challenge with 750ml of crystalloid solution. Her blood pressure gradually improved and her symptoms subsided.
Anesthetic Protocol: One liter of crystalloid solution was administered before initiation of the epidural block.
In our study, ephedrine was used prophylactically as single 10 mg dose intravenously to observe its efficacy to prevent hypotension in patients during spinal anesthesia along with preloading them with crystalloid solution i.e.