... bacitracin irrigation? Would like to batch prepare bacitracin irrigations and am concerned about potential for bacterial growth.
25 Jun 2010
Irrigation solutions have been prepared using normal saline, lactated Ringer's, or sterile water for irrigation
Bacteriostatic saline is a physiological saline solution containing the bacteriostatic agent benzyl alcohol as a 0.9% solution. It is used mostly for diluting and dissolving drugs for IV injection and as a flush for intravascular catheters.
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