D5 Imb Iv Fluid

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d5imb iv fluid
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-classification -color of bottle -to whom is this given ## i need to know the fluid for me to familiarized with the IVF. ## what is the indication of D5 IMB? ## CLASSIFICATION OF D5IMB IS HYPERTONIC ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Tue, Jan 10 '12, 7:56 AM
d5 imb iv fluids
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d5 imb iv fluids ## its good. ## i can't found it ## This is a balanced multiple maintenance IV drip containing 5% Dextrose. It is commonly used to help with dehydration or to ensure and ill person gets enough fluids to avoid becoming dehydrated. Since it does contain Dextrose, which is a sugar, it should be avoided in diabetics. Did you have any other questions? ## can we incorporate a multivitamins inj. to a D5IMB dextrose? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Mon, Jan 03 '11, 11:37 PM
d5imb fluid
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What does the imb in D5imb stand for? What is the composition of this IV fluid and what is it for? ## This is a balanced multiple maintenance solution, given by IV to prevent loss of electrolytes and dehydration. More information on why they are used and types here: Let us know if this helps! ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Thu, Jul 29 '10, 5:34 PM
d5imb intravenous fluid
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why d5imb is given to a child patient who has acute infectious diarrhea with some dehydration? ## To help with the dehydration and prevent it from getting worse. They have to give continuous fluids, since it is the lack of them that causes the dehydration. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## medical ## hello..i just want to know more about D5 imb IV fluids for my report...im a caregiver student and in duty for my practicum..please help me... thank you and Godbless.. ## what's the classification,content,mechanism of actions and indications of D5imb IVF? ## ma'am, im just asking. is there any instances that a will be sensitive to this IVF? for example, when this D5imb was hooked, the child's reaction was always vomiting and diarrhea.. pls reply. thanks. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Thu, Oct 18 '12, 3:17 AM

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