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Sodium chloride solution (intravenous) normal saline (NS), 1/2 NS is a prescription intravenous medication used to replenish fluids with dehydration and other medical conditions that require additional fluids. Side effects, drug interactions, and pregnancy and breastfeeding safety should be reviewed prior to administering this medication.

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Terms related to sodium chloride solution-intravenous:

  • 1/2 NS
  • intravenous sodium chloride solution
  • Normal saline IV solution
  • NS