JoinHub Pharma is a WHO-GMP & EU-GMP certified Normal Saline Infusion manufacturer, supplier & exporter based in India.  JoinHub Pharma’s Normal Saline Infusion are GMP certified and are manufactured in our manufacturing facilities located in India.

We have a WHO-GMP manufacturing pharma factory located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. According to international regulatory guidelines, the EUGMP approved plant in India is built and also approved by WHO-GMP, EU-GMP, MOH of different countries, and other regulatory agencies.

Normal Saline Infusions

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Product Features:-

Dosage: 9% 100ml , 9% 500ml

Therapy: Intravenous Rehydration

Active Ingredients: Sodium Chloride

Product Information:-

General Information:

JoinHub Pharma is one of the leading companies in India that manufactures, supplies as well as exports NS Infusion across the globe.

Sodium Chloride Infusion through an intravenous therapy enters into the patient’s body to provide solution to electrolyte replenishment. This infusion is a non-pyrogenic solution that basically works for rehydration therapy. Primarily,  this Normal Saline Infusion is used to supply water, salt (sodium chloride) to the body. At times, the sodium chloride infusion along with other medications is administered through the vein in the body. This infusion does not have any property of antimicrobial agents inside it. The nominal ph of this Normal Saline Infusion is 5.5. The composition, osmolarity and ionic concentration are: 9 g/L sodium chloride (sodium chloride (sodium chloride injection) injection), (NaCl) with an osmolarity of 308 mOsmol/L (calc). It contains 154 mEq/L sodium and 154 mEq/L chloride. In order to begin its treatment, consult your healthcare provider first.

Side Effects:

Generally all medications have some side effects after the usage of Sodium Chloride Infusion. In the case of adverse symptoms, consult your doctor immediately. The usual adverse reactions include: swelling in the hands/ankles/feet, difficulty in breathing, muscle soreness/weakness. In order to know a list of detailed effects,talk to your healthcare expert.

Additional Information:-

You should consult your pharmacist before beginning any treatment through Sodium Chloride Infusion. If after a prolonged treatment, your condition worsens, urgently visit your doctor.

Indications and Usage:

Sodium Chloride Infusion is effective during the condition of hyponatremia or low salt syndrome wherein there is a loss of water and salt from the patient’s body. Moreover, it is also used as an additive for total parenteral nutrition (TPN) as well as a carbohydrate-containing IV fluid.

Precautions:

Never use Normal Saline Infusion if:

  • You are allergic to it or any ingredients involved in its making.
  • Your medical history reports kidney problems, heart problems such as heart failure, body water or salt imbalance, etc.
Administration and Dosage:

The dosage of this infusion is highly dependent on the variables like age, weight and clinical condition of the patient as well as laboratory determinations. Your physician will be your best guide to give you a prescription for the same. Normally, any discoloration in the solution can be visually reported before it is given to the patient. Therefore if the solution is not clear and sealed, it should not be sold to the patient. The injections that are packed in AVIVA plastic containers are meant for the purpose of intravenous administration and they should be given using sterilised equipment only. A lot of information is not available for the additives however, if they are incompatible, they should not be used any further. Unless, it is advised by the pharmacist, introduce additives only using antiseptic methods. In addition to that, ensure that the additives have been mixed thoroughly before administration.

Interactions:

Some precautionary steps must be taken for those patients who are receiving corticosteroids or corticotropin before initiating Normal Saline Infusion. New studies have not been conducted with respect to studying additional drug or food interactions with Sodium Chloride Infusion.

Overdose:

Besides what is recommended by your medical expert, do not exceed the limit of sodium chloride infusion. In the case of any infections as a result of insufficient efficiency from this infusion, visit your nearest hospital. Always keep your doctor informed about any ongoing medication before beginning Normal Saline Infusion.

Adverse Reactions:

The following adverse reactions to the drug are as follows: Acute hyponatremic encephalopathy*, Hospital acquired hyponatremia*, Hypotension, Urticaria, Rash, and Pruritus. The reactions that can take place at the site where the Infusion is administered include: Infusion site erythema, Vein irritation, Injection site streaking, inflammatory sensation, usual pain or reaction , Infusion site urticaria, Infection at the site of injection, Venous thrombosis or phlebitis extending from the site of injection, extravasation and hypervolemia, Pyrexia and Chills.