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Microwave heating of intravenous fluids

The American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Jul 1, 1985

J S AnshusJ L Mottley

PMID: 4005001

Abstract

Microwave heating of intravenous (IV) fluids is a viable alternative to heating by conventional means, such as by blood warmer(s) or an on-site warming oven, for administration to hypothermic patients and trauma victims. Three 1-l bags each of lactated Ringer's solution, normal saline s...read more

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Ultrahigh Frequency Waves
Normal saline
Glucose 50 MG/ML
D-lactate Measurement
Parenteral Route of Drug Administration
Polyvinyl Chloride
Hypothermia, Accidental
Body Fluids
Calcium Chloride
Solutions
Paper Details
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Microwave heating of intravenous fluids

The American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Jul 1, 1985

J S AnshusJ L Mottley

PMID: 4005001

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Abstract

Microwave heating of intravenous (IV) fluids is a viable alternative to heating by conventional means, such as by blood warmer(s) or an on-site warming oven, for administration to hypothermic patients and trauma victims. Three 1-l bags each of lactated Ringer's solution, normal saline s...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Ultrahigh Frequency Waves
Normal saline
Glucose 50 MG/ML
D-lactate Measurement
Parenteral Route of Drug Administration
Polyvinyl Chloride
Hypothermia, Accidental
Body Fluids
Calcium Chloride
Solutions

Related Papers

Journal of Clinical Anesthesia

Delivery temperature of heated intravenous solutions during rapid infusion

Journal of Clinical AnesthesiaJanuary 1, 1989
C A BurchmanG W Ostheimer
Paper Details
References
  • References4
  • Citations9
1
  • References4
  • Citations9
1
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