Definition of Ringer solution
1. Noun. An aqueous solution containing the chlorides of sodium and potassium and calcium that is isotonic to animal tissues; used to correct dehydration and (in physiological experiments) as a medium for in vitro preparations.
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Literary usage of Ringer solution
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1. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"If the composition of the Ringer solution is altered thus: NaG 0.5%, ... found that perfusion with potassium-free Ringer solution did not cause edema ..."
2. American Journal of Physiology by American Physiological Society (1887- ). (1913)
"In these experiments strips were excised from the perfused cat's heart and suspended in a bath of Ringer solution, oxygenated and kept at a constant ..."
3. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1919)
"The perfusion fluid consisted of one part of defibrinated calf blood and two parts of Ringer solution. Clark (12) found that dilute concentrations are apt ..."
4. Therapeutic Gazette (1907)
"This was placed vertically in a glass containing 225 Cc. of a modified Ringer solution. One end of the intestine was connected by a hook to an L-shaped ..."
5. Laboratory Guide in Experimental Pharmacology by Charles Wallis Edmunds, Arthur Robertson Cushny (1918)
"Kill the cannula with Ringer solution, and remove the heart from the body. ... Place 100 cc. of Ringer solution in one reservoir, and the same amount of ..."
6. Nephritis: An Experimental and Critical Study of Its Nature, Cause and the by Martin Fischer (1912)
"In the course of the experiment there are injected intravenously 135 cc of a Ringer solution X 4,1 at the rate of 5 cc every five minutes. EXPERIMENT 29. ..."