Sodium chloride 0.9 percent is a sterile solution used to provide water and electrolytes for hydration in adults and children to treat mild sodium depletion and metabolic alkalosis resulting from fluid loss, according to... More »

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The main use of sodium chloride eye drops is for corneal edema caused by some eye conditions, including Fuchs corneal dystrophy. When there is swelling in the cornea, it may be due to excess fluid buildup. A hypertonic s... More »

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To make a saturated solution of sodium chloride, find the solubility of sodium chloride in water, mix a solution of sodium chloride and water, and watch for saturation. The solubility of sodium chloride is 357 grams per ... More »

Hospitals use an intravenous sodium chloride solution to supply water and salt to the body to alleviate dehydration, according to Healthline. Saline drips are mostly water with small amounts of salt and sugar added to ma... More »

D5NS is a solution of 5 percent dextrose in normal saline (0.9 percent sodium chloride in water). In the United States, patients require a doctor's prescription before administration. Doctors order the solution for patie... More »

The ingredients in Mederma are purified water, PEG 200, alcohol, xanthan gum, allium cepa (onion) bulb extract, lecithin, methylparaben, sorbic acid, panthenol, sodium hyaluronate and fragrance, per Drugs.com. Mederma is... More »

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The recommended dosage of aspirin for pain in adults and children aged 12 and older is 325 to 650 milligrams taken at 4-hour intervals, according to Drugs.com. Children aged 2 to 11 should take between 10 and 15 milligra... More »

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