Ringer Lactate – Sodium Chloride Infusion
SODIUM CHLORIDE (RINGER LACTATE) INFUSION – TREATMENT FOR SHORT TERM FLUID REPLACEMENT AFTER TRAUMA
A combination drug called RL Infusion is utilized for temporary fluid replenishment following trauma. It restores the body’s salt and electrolyte levels.
Under the direction of a physician, RL Infusion is administered as an injection. The dosage is determined by the ailment you are treating and how serious it is. Continue taking it as long as your doctor instructs you to. As you use this medication, abide by your doctor’s recommendations. A combination drug called RL Infusion is utilized for temporary fluid replenishment following trauma. It restores the body’s salt and electrolyte levels.
USES OF SODIUM CHLORIDE (RINGER LACTATE) INFUSION
- Treatment of Short term fluid replacement after trauma
WORKS OF SODIUM CHLORIDE (RINGER LACTATE) INFUSION
Sodium chloride, Sodium lactate, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride are the four medications that makeup RL Infusion, which replaces the body’s salt and electrolyte levels.
SIDE EFFECTS OF SODIUM CHLORIDE (RINGER LACTATE) INFUSION
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
- Hypotension (low blood pressure)
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
RL Infusion may induce negative effects that impair your driving ability.
There is no reason why you cannot drive between RL Infusion courses, however, you should keep in mind that this medication includes alcohol and it may be unsafe to drive.
RL Infusion is safe to use in people with kidney problems. RL Infusion dose should not be adjusted.
However, if you have underlying kidney problems, consult your doctor.
RL Infusion may require a dose change. Please consult your doctor.
RL Infusion should not be used in people who have severe liver disease.
RL Infusion is not safe to use during pregnancy because there is clear evidence of danger to the developing fetus. However, the doctor may seldom prescribe it in life-threatening cases if the benefits outweigh the hazards. Please consult your doctor.