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Intravenous Fluid Containers, Evacuated

Definition : Containers with a relative vacuum in their interior that are designed to be filled with intravenous (IV) fluids. These devices typically consist of empty, presealed containers (e.g., glass bottles), with appropriate shape and size (usually from 250 mL to 2,000 mL) for IV solutions. IV evacuated containers are mainly intended to facilitate filling by IV fluid compounders; they are used in clinical pharmacies and/or other healthcare departments and facilities.

Entry Terms : "Containers, Intravenous Fluid, Evacuated"

UMDC code : 15808

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