Jun 12, 2020
Greetings friends you're listening to the Medgeeks podcast. Today's episode is brought to you by Andy. Andy is a student who wrote into me at askmedgeeks.com with following question: normal saline versus lactated ringers, which is better for the hypotensive patient? In practice, I’ve seen them used interchangeably, but which is better? This is a fantastic question and is going to be the subject of today’s podcast. So let's jump in.
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