physiological salt solution


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physiological salt solution

a normal saline solution, usually consisting of a sterile 0.9% w/v solution of sodium chloride in distilled water. It is isotonic with normal body fluids.
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The most commonly encountered morphology of native hemocytes, incubated in physiological salt solution, which was denoted as "normal spreading" (NS), is a fully adherent cell with cellular membrane, having proportional bulging formations and cavities.
No changes in motility compared with hemocytes incubated in physiological salt solution, was observed.
Endothelium was removed by gently rubbing the intimal surface with a finger moistened with normal physiological salt solution, and suspended by platinum hooks for isometric tension recordings in a Kreb's-Henseleit solution maintained at 37[degrees]C and gassed with a mixture of 95% [O.
Resolutions of hibitane gluconate were detected in the organs and blood, leading the police to believe that the patient mistakenly received a dose of disinfectant instead of the physiological salt solution.

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