What is the drug classification for a normal saline solution infusion ( intravenous)?
- 30 Oct 2009 by crystallutz
need to know what drug classification it is for a paper for nursing school nss infusion
14 Nov 2009
Normal saline is an over the counter substance. But I think normal saline for infusion would be classed as a prescription item.
10 Nov 2011
The classification is electrolyte
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