Sterile Water for Injection 5 ml
|Manufacturer||Nirlife Healthcare, India|
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|1 Fliptop Plastic Vial NA||US$ 6.00||US$ 6.00|
Sterile water for injection is used to prepare a medicine intended for intravenous infusion. It is added to the medicine meant for injection by a slow drip into a vein. It is a colorless sterile preparation and contains no antimicrobial agents. Available in a single dose container, it is meant only for dilution purposes. Water for injection does not contain an active ingredient. The solution is only made up of water.
Do not use for intravenous injection unless mixed with a suitable salute. The medicine should be encased. Avoid using the solution unless it is clear, and the seal is intact. Because, it is only used as an injection, it is normally given in a doctor’s clinic. Your doctor will use the appropriate dose of the medicine and sterile water for injection to provide you with the best results. It is unlikely to experience an overdose with the use of water for injection as it will be prepared and injected by a doctor or a health care professional. You must tell your doctor if you have any other illness or are allergic to medicine that is being added to sterile water.
All medicinal products have risks and benefits. Your doctor will prescribe sterile water for injection only when the benefits outweigh any possible risks. It is always best to consult a doctor before using this preparation. If you have any concerns about the usage of this solution, ask your doctor. In case you experience side effects after receiving the medicine, it is most likely to be caused by the added medicines and not the sterile water for injection. Some people may experience swelling of the hands, ankles, and feet due to retention fluid in your body. Rarely, it may involve a decrease in lung function, leading to breathing difficulties. Some people may also develop inflammation at the site of injection or swelling of veins at the site of injection.
Sterile water for injection should not be infused alone into your vein. Your doctor will inform you how much medicine should be mixed to sterile water before the medicine is injected intravenously. Usually, it is given at a slow rate into a vein by a doctor or a health care professional who is expert in injecting medicines. You need to visit a doctor’s place to receive this preparation because special equipment is used to deliver the drug into the bloodstream.