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What are the most common particles of clinical transfusion
Mar 04, 2017

1. Dust particles: dust, dust in the air.
2. Glass: cutting bottles produced.
3. Particles of rubber: puncture caused by rubber plugs.
4. Cotton: the filter media itself off.
5. Plastic particles: infusion device exists.
6. Fat tied: fat emulsion emulsified incomplete.
7. Carbon: produced in the drug production process
8. Drug Crystal: moisture, PH value changes arising from drug interactions.
Bacteria, fungi, and Bud swelling, such as calcium, zinc, these particles are in the production and use of medicine or infusion sets produced in the process, some particles, even unavoidable. These particles between two microns to dozens of micrometers in diameter, large number of experimental testing in 1 ml penicillin and 50% glucose liquid insoluble particles of particle size 2-16 μ m 542, 1 ml 20% 4-32 μ m mannitol solution with particle size of insoluble particles to 598. According to the literature data, each 500 ml of liquid, the quantity of insoluble particles of up to 300,000. These particles will be with the infusion process into your body.