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Mckesson Sodium Chloride 0.9% Inhalation Solution Unit Dose Vial 3 mL

$19.99
Packaging

Description

  • Reference: 16-20039

  • 100 per Box
  • 1000 per Case
  • 3ml 0.9% Sodium Chloride

 

  • Features

    • McKesson Normal Saline for Inhalation, 3 mL Unit Dose
    • Unit dose vials contain 3 mL of normal saline (0.9% NaCl) for inhalation to dilute respiratory drugs or help clear mucus and secretions during suctioning
    • Sterile solution of sodium chloride in water purified by distillation or reverse osmosis, rendered sterile using an aseptic fill process, and require no further sterilization methods
    • Economic respiratory therapy solution saves medication costs by diluting at the patient bedside
    • Pink vials embossed with inverted milliliter graduations for accurate dispensing
    • Features easy-to-open, twist-off cap and conveniently dispenses sterile water by the drop or milliliter
    • Serves a variety of medical uses including reducing bacteria in saliva, helping the body produce mucus or phlegm, and improving functionality in the lungs
    • Use with nebulizers for dilution of respiratory medications removal of low-level secretions
    • Used with nebulizers to provide optimal strength of respiratory drug by adding necessary volume to nebulizer treatments
    • Medications for inhalation may be diluted with saline according to healthcare provider's instruction
    • Expiration date and manufacturing lot information imprinted directly on vials
    • Disposable, easy-to-use vials help maintain sterility between applications when the aseptic technique is employed and require less time and training for healthcare personnel
    • No bacteriostatic agent or other preservative added (preservative-free)
    • Non-pyrogenic, DEHP-free, and not made with natural rubber latex
    • Disposable design for single sterile use
    • Intended for respiratory therapy only; not for parenteral use, injections, or in preparations to be used for injection
    • Avoid freezing or excessive heat