D5W

AcronymDefinition
D5WDextrose 5% in Water
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Unfortunately, during this time, the nurses failed to notice the infusion rate error or recognize that an infusion of plain D5W alone or an infusion rate of 200 mL/hour was unsafe for a six-year-old child.
In one of the two recently reported cases, a pharmacist incorrectly calculated an excessively high infusion rate of plain D5W to give to a girl after outpatient tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.
The balloon is inflated to a pressure of 160 to 180 mm Hg, as small amounts of sterile D5W solution are added gradually.
Intravenous D5W was started and the vasopressin drip was stopped per renal consult recommendation to treat the lithium-induced nephrogenic DI.
An intravenous infusion of D5W was initiated at a rate of 125 cc/hr and hourly monitoring of blood glucose levels was maintained through the night.
In this case, Lyftogt treated the lateral sural nerve and lower saphenous nerve where they cross over the Achilles tendon with D5W.
Intravenous digoxin may be administered with diluents, such as 4 mL of sterile water for injection, D5W, or normal saline for every 1 mg of digoxin (Vallerand et al.
5, Dulcolax supp prn Maalox 30 cc per NG for pH <5 Lacrilube OU prn KCL 10 meq in 25cc D5W over 1 hour x 3 for K < 3.
The IV line was flushed with D5W before and after administration ("Data on File," 1998; Landry, Connor, Balsley, Carlin, & Top, et al.
9% or D5W in polyvinyl bags, can be kept for 30 days at room temperature, under refrigeration or frozen.
Many people develop hypoglycemia, and you must have orange juice or intravenous glucose such as D5W available to reverse that reaction.