saline solution n.
A solution of any salt, usually an isotonic sodium chloride solution. Also called salt solution.
This was injected with eight quarts of the saline solution at ten degrees.
The more concentrated a saline solution, the greater its electrical energy.
When the surgeon had dressed the stump, he made a slight incision in the forearm in order to inject a saline solution.
I suggested many remedies, such as washing it with saline solution and bandaging with oakum and so on.
It has been supposed by some that a saline solution proves Purgative or Diuretic according to the degree of its dilution only.
With the addition of a small amount of saline solution, the tissue dissolved into thin, pink suspension.
On the contrary, by plunging the red-hot shells in the saline solution the greatest uniformity is attained.
This object may be attained by steeping the fabric in almost any saline solution.
Four pints of saline solution were infused into the median basilic vein, and 1/30 grain strychnine sulph.
In like manner take up seven more equal volumes of saline solution and their following air bubbles.