What are the therapeutic uses of sodium chloride?

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8 May 2012

There are many therapeutic uses for sodium chloride (salt). It is an electrolyte necessary for many bodily functions. It can be mixed with water to form Normal Saline. It is given by IV to replace lost fluids and correct electrolyte imbalances. It can be used in a solution as a wound rinse. There are many, many uses for sodium chloride.

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