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Sodium Chloride for injection USP is a sterile, single dose nonpyrogenic solution packaged in a fliptop plastic vial. Each ml contains...
LifeShield Extension Set ” with female adapter, 2 slide clamps, 2 prepierced reseal injection sites and Option-Lok with male adapter....
These products are sterile, nonpyrogenic solutions each containing isotonic concentrations of electrolytes (with or without dextrose) in...
Sodium Chloride Injection, USP solutions are sterile and nonpyrogenic. They are parenteral solutions containing various concentrations of...
Compatible with the FLO-GARD 6201 and FLO-GARD 6301 Series Pumps Fluid path is sterile
Saline solution containing carbohydrate in the form of dextrose restores blood glucose levels and provides calories. Carbohydrate in the...
With convertible piercing pin, filter vent cover, drip chamber, automatic backcheck valve with prepierced injection site, 2 slide clamps,...
LifeShield Primary I.V. Set ” with convertible piercing pin, filter vent cover, drip chamber, slide clamp, CAIR clamp, prepierced...
LifeShield Twin-Site Extension Set ” with female adapter, 2 slide clamps, 2 CLAVE Y-sites and Option-Lok with male adapter. Non-DEHP....
With 2 Interlink injection sites 6" and 34" from male luer lock adapter. Approximate length 43".

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