Mechanism Of Action For Balanced Multiple Maintenance Solution With 5 Dextrose

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Verwon Says:

This is really something that can be given via IV for many different reasons, such as treating or preventing dehydration, which is why it's considered balanced, it replaces or ensures that the person gets the proper amount of electrolytes.

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