All IV Fluids Aren't Created Equal

We're getting questions about differences among IV fluids.

Be familiar with the latest lingo...and thinking...about IV fluids.

What is a crystalloid fluid? Crystalloids are fluids that contain water plus electrolytes, sugar, or both. They're different than colloid fluids (albumin, etc), which contain water and substances such as proteins.

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