Can we use 0.9% NaCl for irrigation to mix with medications (like Heparin, contrast, etc.) instead of 0.9% NaCl for injection in the back table? I see no difference aside from how they are contained (IV bag vs. bottle).
I just know that using the saline irrigation is easier to pour; saves us time to prepare and cost effective.
Can anyone give me clarification about this. If you have any information from manufacturers please do share. Thanks!
Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN
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