RINGER lactate, 500 ml, flex. bag, PVC free


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Former Code(s): DINFRINL151 DINFRINL1N5
The product is supplied (and stored) sterile, it must remain sterile until its use. Sterile = state of being free from all living microorganisms.
26.2 - Parenteral
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Full Name

Synonym: Hartmann's solution, compound sodium lactate

Therapeutic Action

Isotonic solution of electrolytes


Severe dehydration

Fluid replacement in traumatology, surgery or anaesthesia

Instructions for use

Must be given as IV infusion.

In case of local purchase, flexible bags are preferred to semi-rigid bottles. Contact your OC pharmacist for validation and approval.


Below 25ºC


It is important to pay attention to stack-piling, handling and internal transport conditions to prevent compression of the secondary packaging which could lead to micro-leakage of the bottle/bag (risk of microbial contamination).

See Preliminary remarks on infusions