Sodium Bicarbonate Injection

Indications for severe acidosis,gastroenteritis,ketosis.

Glucose Injection 50%

colorless clear liquid.

Glucose Injection 10%

[indications]10%and above hypertonic solution has the effect of diuretic dehydration besides nutrition.For diarrhea,vomiting,severe injury,blood loss,when the loss of a large amount of water in the

Glucose Injection 5%

Long-term simple glucose supplementation can lead to electrolyte disorders such as hypokalemia and hyponatremia.

Calcium Gluconate Injection

Used in hypocalcemia and allergic diseases,also can be used to relieve the central control caused by magnesium ions.

Glucose and Sodium Chloride Injection

Indications for dehydration.Replenish body fluid and energy to maintain blood volume.

Sterile Water for Injection

Excessive or rapid infusion or oral administration can lead to water and sodium retention,edema,elevated blood pressure and accelerated heart rate.

Compound Sodium Chloride Injection

Indications for ascites,regulating the balance of water and electrolytes in the body.

Concentrated Sodium Chloride Injection 10%

when intravenous injection,it should not be diluted,and the rate of intravenous injection should be slow.Heart failure and renal insufficiency should be carefully used.

Sodium Chloride Injection 0.9%

Excessive administration of hypertonic sodium chloride can lead to hypercalcemia.Too much and too fast to give hypotonic sodium chloride can cause hemolysis,brain edema and so on.

Calcium Gluconate Injection

prohibit the use of cardiac glycosides during the prohibition of hypercalcemia.The injection should be slow.It is irritating and not suitable for subcutaneous or intramuscular injection.Injection shou

Sodium Bicarbonate Injection

Mixed use with acidic drugs,compound sodium chloride,magnesium sulfate or chlorpromazine hydrochloride injection should be avoided.It is irritating to tissues.Do not leak out of blood vessels during i

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