All of the above are types of IV solutions
The sodium is the solution.
The sodium is the solute.
The sodium is the solvent.
All of the above are true concerning the sodium.
Hypotonic crystalloid solution
Concentration higher than the body plasma
Concentration lower than the body plasma
Contains less electrolytes than the body plasma
Contains more oxygen crystals than the body plasma
The amount of oxygen that it can carry to the cells.
The type of water contained within the solution.
The concentration of the solution as compared with the body plasma.
The amount of blood contained within the solution.
Colloids, crystalloids, and blood
Lactated Ringer’s, blood, and 5% dextrose in water (D5W)
Blood, 5% dextrose in water (D5W), and sterile water
Normal saline solution and lactated Ringer’s
D5 0.45 NS
Bradycardia, elevated blood pressure and respiratory distress
Tachycardia, elevated blood pressure and respiratory distress
Tachycardia, decreased blood pressure and respiratory distress
Bradycardia, elevated blood pressure and wheezing
None of the above
Provide volume replacement
Provide a route for medication administration
All of the above
Different IV solutions are packaged similarly
The label contains the expiraton date of the IV fluid
The name of the IV solution is on the label
All of the above are reasons why the the label should be read on every IV bag