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Compound Sodium Chloride Injections‘ Drug Interaction

Drugs should not use in combination with Compound Sodium Chloride Injection

Compound sodium chloride injection, also known as ringer lactate infusion, is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, isotonic solution that contains sodium chloride 0.85%, potassium chloride 0.03%, calcium chloride 0.033%. Many drugs are suggested not to use in combination with Compound Sodium Chloride Injection/Ringer Lactate Infusion as it reacts with electrolyte, especially calcium ion.

By wamin Time:2021-3-15