Freeflex NaCl 0.9% No.1 Solution (1L)
Freeflex NaCl 0.9% Solution is a sterile and isotonic solution containing sodium chloride (0.9% w/v) that serves as a versatile and essential tool for qualified practitioners in various medical settings. This solution is carefully formulated to mimic the body’s natural salt concentration, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, including intravenous fluid replacement, wound irrigation, and dilution of medications.
Each millilitre in the Freeflex Solution contains 9 mg of sodium chloride (NaCl). The solution is free from additives, preservatives, or harmful substances, ensuring patient safety and compatibility with various medical procedures.
Freeflex NaCl 0.9% provides a safe and effective means for restoring fluid and electrolyte balance during surgical procedures, trauma cases, or post-operative recovery. The isotonic nature of the solution minimises the risk of cellular damage and prevents dehydration, making it ideal for intravenous hydration and maintenance therapy.
How To Use Freeflex NaCl 0.9% Solution:
For intravenous fluid replacement, the solution is supplied in flexible and convenient containers for easy administration. The appropriate volume and infusion rate depend on the patient’s specific needs, and the qualified practitioner should determine the optimal dosage based on the patient’s condition and response.
For wound irrigation, Freeflex NaCl 0.9% Solution can be applied using a sterile syringe or irrigation device. The solution effectively cleanses the wound site, removing debris and bacteria, and creating an environment conducive to wound healing.
Side Effects of Freeflex NaCl 0.9% Solution:
Hypersensitivity reactions or local irritation at the injection site can occur. Qualified practitioners should closely monitor patients during intravenous administration.
Other Uses of Freeflex NaCl 0.9% Solution:
Fleeflex NaCl Solution can reconstitute powdered medications, flush indwelling catheters, and maintain patency in intravenous lines between medication administrations.