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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019022/002.

Names and composition

"SODIUM CHLORIDE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SODIUM CHLORIDE.

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019022/002 SODIUM CHLORIDE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5GM per 100ML
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My chicken has an open wound on her foot?
Hi, my chicken fell off the henhouse and got stuck between the house and the fence. We thought her leg was broken, because she was dragging it and can't really walk. But its not broken; i felt all along it and it is fine. one of the super long toes has some blood on it and a REALLY shallow wound that does... Asked by Gertrude Kale 1 year ago.

Hi, my chicken fell off the henhouse and got stuck between the house and the fence. We thought her leg was broken, because she was dragging it and can't really walk. But its not broken; i felt all along it and it is fine. one of the super long toes has some blood on it and a REALLY shallow wound that does not look bad at all. We left her alone yesterday and instead of sleeping on top of the henhouse with the other chickens, she slept in it. She didnt move today, so we put her in a little cage with food and water so the other hens wouldnt bully her and she wouldnt try to get around. She has been there all day and hasn't drank the water or eaten the food. I suspect she is pretty dehydrated. So, my questions is- what else can I do? We don't want to go to the vet but want to help her heal as naturally as possible. Could she have an infection from this shallow wound? Why is she limping or really not walking and losing her balance? Anything would help- thank you! Answered by Sunshine Vallar 1 year ago.

Make that a plastic eyedropper 2/5 tsp of fluids slowly every 20-30 minutes and repeat a few times. For rehydration as well as providing quick energy= 1) honey or Karo or corn syrup added to water (4 tbs/qt.)( I would add raw honey because raw honey is a mild antibiotic). 2) Gatoraide(electrolyte). 3) Orange Juice. Here is a homemade electrolyte solution from one of my books Ingrediant source 1/3 teaspoon potassium chloride =salt substitute 1/2 teaspoon sodium bicarbonate =baking soda 1 teaspoon sodium chloride =table salt 1 quart water use this solution in place of drinking water for at least 1 week. you can get from the feed store the electrolyte supplement (brand name Vita-tone -among others). It may help to put bird vitamins in the water if it taste sweet -you try to dip her bill into it- if it taste good she may drink more- put the container in front and in reaching distance. You said that she was stuck between the house and the fence-was she stuck there a long time? If she was maybe her body was compacted enough that she could not expand her body to get the air sacs expanded enough to pump her lungs-birds are built differently than us. She could have gotten brain damage from lack of oxygen which could explain the lose of balance. She also could have sprained muscles on her frantic attempt to save herself from going off of the roof and trying to get herself loose from the place she was stuck. A fracture or a bad bruise may only show the swelling or bruising hours later. Please recheck the limb and the hip and maybe the spine and watch her face and body when feeling her to see if a certain area causes her to flinch or act hurt. sprained muscles or a bad back ache we all know can cause us to be wobbly and hurt. A fracture might produce a swelling and it might not - but if it does or even a bad sprain - strapping it up would make using the leg a whole lot better for the chickens mental attitude. please check to see if she is still having solid droppings or diarrhea or tiny ones. You must get her to eat because she needs the energy to heal. Offer her lots of special treats to show her someone cares and she might perk up and she does need the food and obviously she has no appetite for the normal chix food. chop up fruit like strawberrys or watermelon or apples or grapes and vegetable and slivers of meat or hard boiled egg or scrambled egg. canned or fresh corn. I had very sick chicken once who would not eat but i slivered up some fresh raw beef and pried her bill open and put a dripping sliver in and her eyes lite up and she swallowed it and she came out of her daze enough to eat the small serving of meat and after that she was willing to look and eat whatever treats I brought. You might have to do that if she has brain damage or is in shock or just bummed out in pain. If she has a sprain -epson salt in warm water is still used for sprains. And for the shallow wound just keep clean and a little hydrogen peroxide to disinfect. If she starts to eat regularly but still won't move much it maybe time to start rehab. I found that massages helped to relax and then I started rehab exercises of stretching and leg movements imitating actual walking while she lays on her side. Its what is done in a rehab human nursing home and I got the training and it worked for my rooster who could not walk for 6 months due to a fall that hurt his back and hip. Rehab might even help reconnect damaged brain cells pathways. Answered by Aiko Bruington 1 year ago.

I grew up on a farm with chickens and we would have put a few drops of Iodine into some vitamin water. They like the taste of it and its good for the infection and I would go and spray bactine on it because it drys fast and works good. Im guessing a vet would probably xray it, and then alls they can do is wrap it with a wire splint and topical antibiotic and try to keep the bill at the cost of the birds value., but you can tell if its broken by examining it and having someone hold the little gal while you do it. I would take an eye dropper and feed it the Iodine water so Your Precious doesnt get dehydrated and Your Local Farm and Fleet has vitamin water to give Her. Praying all is Well!! Answered by Janeth Toenjes 1 year ago.

She may still be in shock from the incident, and also she may have an internal injury from being trapped and removed, not visible to you. If not taking her to the vet you will just have to keep her quiet and try to get her to eat and drink. Try some warm damp mashes made from pellets soaked in enough water to make them crumbly and add a few hulled sunflower seeds and dried mealworms for extra taste and protein. Make sure the toe injury is kept clean, bathe it in salt water as a disinfectant unless you have some of that purple antiseptic spray for birds. although her leg appears to be unbroken it may have been badly wrenched and causing her pain. You can try springing in a little water but be careful it goes down the right way or she will choke. There are various chicken tonics you could add but if she is badly dehydrated plain water is what she will most need. Answered by Valeria Cullers 1 year ago.

I REALLY think you should take her to a vet. :/ It sounds serious, she might have fractured something. In the mean time you may want to try giving her water with an eye dropper. I have chickens myself. Answered by Alane Liceaga 1 year ago.

lol this guys right ^^ Answered by Ha Hipwell 1 year ago.


What are some uses of chlorine?
For science we have to explain 5 uses of Chlorine, I know 5 uses but I cant explain them scientifically. Help me please:L Asked by Rhoda Lazo 1 year ago.

Chlorine has a huge variety of uses; as a disinfectant and purifier, in plastics and polymers, bleach, solvents, agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as an intermediate in manufacturing other substances where it is not contained in the final product. Chlorine is used worldwide to purify water supply as the ultimate defense against waterborne microbiological infection. Modern day cholera epidemics in Peru, China, India or Africa exemplify the devastating consequences of poor sanitation. Chlorine also plays a critical role in the productions of thousands of commercial products. Products reliant on chlorine’s unique properties include every household item such as bleach and disinfectant to bullet-resistant vests, computer hardware, silicon chips and automotive parts. Chlorine itself is a gas at room temperature. Ordinary table salt (sodium chloride, NaCl) is half chlorine, and a simple electrochemical reaction with salt water produces chlorine gas easily. That same reaction produces sodium hydroxide (NaOH), and by mixing chlorine gas with sodium hydroxide you create sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). When you buy a gallon of bleach at the grocery store, what you are buying is the chemical sodium hypochlorite mixed with water in a 5.25-percent solution. You're buying salt water that has been changed slightly by electricity. Chlorine is chlorine, so the chlorine in bleach is the same as the chlorine in drinking water and in a swimming pool. In fact, you can use chlorine bleach to treat a swimming pool or to treat drinking water. A gallon of bleach provides 1 part per million (PPM) of chlorine to 60,000 gallons (about 250,000 liters) of water. Typically, a pool is treated at a rate of 3 PPM, and drinking water is treated at anywhere from 0.2 PPM to 3 PPM depending on the level of contamination and the contact time. Chlorine is used in pools and drinking water because it is a great disinfectant. It is able to kill bacteria and algae, among other things. Chlorine also makes a great stain remover, but not because of the chlorine itself. Natural stains (as well as dyes) produced by everything from mildew to grass come from chemical compounds called chromophores. Chromophores can absorb light at specific wavelengths and therefore cause colors. When chlorine reacts with water, it produces hydrochloric acid and atomic oxygen. The oxygen reacts easily with the chromophores to eliminate the portion of its structure that causes the color. There has been a lot of discussion about the safety of chlorine in drinking water. It's not clear how safe or unsafe chlorine is, especially in PPM concentrations. But two things are clear: •It's a whole lot safer to drink chlorinated water than water contaminated with disease-causing bacteria. Millions of people have died from water-borne diseases, and these diseases are largely eliminated in modern water systems through the use of chlorine. •If you are worried about the chlorine in your water, all you have to do is let the water stand for a day or two in a loosely covered container in your refrigerator and the chlorine is eliminated. Answered by Kamilah Polak 1 year ago.

Chlorine Uses Answered by Jovita Carlington 1 year ago.

Uses Of Chlorine Answered by Hollis Droke 1 year ago.

Water is known to be elixir of life. But drinking contaminated water can even prove fatal. It is very essential to make sure the water we drink or use for other household activities be treated to make it portable. Chlorine is the widely used chemical for treating water. Chlorine is a member of halogen group of elements and directly combines with most of the elements. Right from the kitchen where it is used in the form of table salt (NaCl), chlorine is widely used for many purposes. At room temperature it is a gas. Sodium with chlorine forms salt. When sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is mixed with chlorine gas, the resulting product is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). This product mixed with water in some constant proportion is the bleach that we buy at the shop. It is a disinfectant which is why it is used to treat drinking water as well as water in a tank, swimming pool or any other storage sumps. It kills the bacteria, algae and other harmful substances. Chlorine also plays an indirect role in removing tough stains. Natural stains are produced from chemical compounds called chromophores. These can absorb light and that’s why stains cause colors. When chlorine reacts with water, it produces atomic oxygen and hydrochloric acid. This oxygen reacts with chromophores to eliminate its structure that causes color. Chlorine proves useful only if it is used in an appropriate quantity, if otherwise it is very harmful. It could cause difficulty in breathing and also irritate the skin and eyes. More from attemptNwin.com, the complete site for children. Answered by Shanae Cadotte 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What are some uses of chlorine? For science we have to explain 5 uses of Chlorine, I know 5 uses but I cant explain them scientifically. Help me please:L Answered by Jess Carline 1 year ago.

Pool, cleaning agent, disinfectant. Answered by Ali Maras 1 year ago.


My chicken has an open wound on her foot?
Hi, my chicken fell off the henhouse and got stuck between the house and the fence. We thought her leg was broken, because she was dragging it and can't really walk. But its not broken; i felt all along it and it is fine. one of the super long toes has some blood on it and a REALLY shallow wound that does... Asked by Kirstie Arambuia 1 year ago.

Hi, my chicken fell off the henhouse and got stuck between the house and the fence. We thought her leg was broken, because she was dragging it and can't really walk. But its not broken; i felt all along it and it is fine. one of the super long toes has some blood on it and a REALLY shallow wound that does not look bad at all. We left her alone yesterday and instead of sleeping on top of the henhouse with the other chickens, she slept in it. She didnt move today, so we put her in a little cage with food and water so the other hens wouldnt bully her and she wouldnt try to get around. She has been there all day and hasn't drank the water or eaten the food. I suspect she is pretty dehydrated. So, my questions is- what else can I do? We don't want to go to the vet but want to help her heal as naturally as possible. Could she have an infection from this shallow wound? Why is she limping or really not walking and losing her balance? Anything would help- thank you! Answered by Becki Krumholz 1 year ago.

Make that a plastic eyedropper 2/5 tsp of fluids slowly every 20-30 minutes and repeat a few times. For rehydration as well as providing quick energy= 1) honey or Karo or corn syrup added to water (4 tbs/qt.)( I would add raw honey because raw honey is a mild antibiotic). 2) Gatoraide(electrolyte). 3) Orange Juice. Here is a homemade electrolyte solution from one of my books Ingrediant source 1/3 teaspoon potassium chloride =salt substitute 1/2 teaspoon sodium bicarbonate =baking soda 1 teaspoon sodium chloride =table salt 1 quart water use this solution in place of drinking water for at least 1 week. you can get from the feed store the electrolyte supplement (brand name Vita-tone -among others). It may help to put bird vitamins in the water if it taste sweet -you try to dip her bill into it- if it taste good she may drink more- put the container in front and in reaching distance. You said that she was stuck between the house and the fence-was she stuck there a long time? If she was maybe her body was compacted enough that she could not expand her body to get the air sacs expanded enough to pump her lungs-birds are built differently than us. She could have gotten brain damage from lack of oxygen which could explain the lose of balance. She also could have sprained muscles on her frantic attempt to save herself from going off of the roof and trying to get herself loose from the place she was stuck. A fracture or a bad bruise may only show the swelling or bruising hours later. Please recheck the limb and the hip and maybe the spine and watch her face and body when feeling her to see if a certain area causes her to flinch or act hurt. sprained muscles or a bad back ache we all know can cause us to be wobbly and hurt. A fracture might produce a swelling and it might not - but if it does or even a bad sprain - strapping it up would make using the leg a whole lot better for the chickens mental attitude. please check to see if she is still having solid droppings or diarrhea or tiny ones. You must get her to eat because she needs the energy to heal. Offer her lots of special treats to show her someone cares and she might perk up and she does need the food and obviously she has no appetite for the normal chix food. chop up fruit like strawberrys or watermelon or apples or grapes and vegetable and slivers of meat or hard boiled egg or scrambled egg. canned or fresh corn. I had very sick chicken once who would not eat but i slivered up some fresh raw beef and pried her bill open and put a dripping sliver in and her eyes lite up and she swallowed it and she came out of her daze enough to eat the small serving of meat and after that she was willing to look and eat whatever treats I brought. You might have to do that if she has brain damage or is in shock or just bummed out in pain. If she has a sprain -epson salt in warm water is still used for sprains. And for the shallow wound just keep clean and a little hydrogen peroxide to disinfect. If she starts to eat regularly but still won't move much it maybe time to start rehab. I found that massages helped to relax and then I started rehab exercises of stretching and leg movements imitating actual walking while she lays on her side. Its what is done in a rehab human nursing home and I got the training and it worked for my rooster who could not walk for 6 months due to a fall that hurt his back and hip. Rehab might even help reconnect damaged brain cells pathways. Answered by Sheena Pach 1 year ago.

I grew up on a farm with chickens and we would have put a few drops of Iodine into some vitamin water. They like the taste of it and its good for the infection and I would go and spray bactine on it because it drys fast and works good. Im guessing a vet would probably xray it, and then alls they can do is wrap it with a wire splint and topical antibiotic and try to keep the bill at the cost of the birds value., but you can tell if its broken by examining it and having someone hold the little gal while you do it. I would take an eye dropper and feed it the Iodine water so Your Precious doesnt get dehydrated and Your Local Farm and Fleet has vitamin water to give Her. Praying all is Well!! Answered by Belinda Karlen 1 year ago.

She may still be in shock from the incident, and also she may have an internal injury from being trapped and removed, not visible to you. If not taking her to the vet you will just have to keep her quiet and try to get her to eat and drink. Try some warm damp mashes made from pellets soaked in enough water to make them crumbly and add a few hulled sunflower seeds and dried mealworms for extra taste and protein. Make sure the toe injury is kept clean, bathe it in salt water as a disinfectant unless you have some of that purple antiseptic spray for birds. although her leg appears to be unbroken it may have been badly wrenched and causing her pain. You can try springing in a little water but be careful it goes down the right way or she will choke. There are various chicken tonics you could add but if she is badly dehydrated plain water is what she will most need. Answered by Giselle Houf 1 year ago.

I REALLY think you should take her to a vet. :/ It sounds serious, she might have fractured something. In the mean time you may want to try giving her water with an eye dropper. I have chickens myself. Answered by Lolita Pay 1 year ago.

lol this guys right ^^ Answered by Mitsuko Mellow 1 year ago.


What are some uses of chlorine?
For science we have to explain 5 uses of Chlorine, I know 5 uses but I cant explain them scientifically. Help me please:L Asked by Trudi Trapeni 1 year ago.

Chlorine has a huge variety of uses; as a disinfectant and purifier, in plastics and polymers, bleach, solvents, agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as an intermediate in manufacturing other substances where it is not contained in the final product. Chlorine is used worldwide to purify water supply as the ultimate defense against waterborne microbiological infection. Modern day cholera epidemics in Peru, China, India or Africa exemplify the devastating consequences of poor sanitation. Chlorine also plays a critical role in the productions of thousands of commercial products. Products reliant on chlorine’s unique properties include every household item such as bleach and disinfectant to bullet-resistant vests, computer hardware, silicon chips and automotive parts. Chlorine itself is a gas at room temperature. Ordinary table salt (sodium chloride, NaCl) is half chlorine, and a simple electrochemical reaction with salt water produces chlorine gas easily. That same reaction produces sodium hydroxide (NaOH), and by mixing chlorine gas with sodium hydroxide you create sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). When you buy a gallon of bleach at the grocery store, what you are buying is the chemical sodium hypochlorite mixed with water in a 5.25-percent solution. You're buying salt water that has been changed slightly by electricity. Chlorine is chlorine, so the chlorine in bleach is the same as the chlorine in drinking water and in a swimming pool. In fact, you can use chlorine bleach to treat a swimming pool or to treat drinking water. A gallon of bleach provides 1 part per million (PPM) of chlorine to 60,000 gallons (about 250,000 liters) of water. Typically, a pool is treated at a rate of 3 PPM, and drinking water is treated at anywhere from 0.2 PPM to 3 PPM depending on the level of contamination and the contact time. Chlorine is used in pools and drinking water because it is a great disinfectant. It is able to kill bacteria and algae, among other things. Chlorine also makes a great stain remover, but not because of the chlorine itself. Natural stains (as well as dyes) produced by everything from mildew to grass come from chemical compounds called chromophores. Chromophores can absorb light at specific wavelengths and therefore cause colors. When chlorine reacts with water, it produces hydrochloric acid and atomic oxygen. The oxygen reacts easily with the chromophores to eliminate the portion of its structure that causes the color. There has been a lot of discussion about the safety of chlorine in drinking water. It's not clear how safe or unsafe chlorine is, especially in PPM concentrations. But two things are clear: •It's a whole lot safer to drink chlorinated water than water contaminated with disease-causing bacteria. Millions of people have died from water-borne diseases, and these diseases are largely eliminated in modern water systems through the use of chlorine. •If you are worried about the chlorine in your water, all you have to do is let the water stand for a day or two in a loosely covered container in your refrigerator and the chlorine is eliminated. Answered by Marquita Teat 1 year ago.

Chlorine Uses Answered by Migdalia Litsey 1 year ago.

Uses Of Chlorine Answered by Kristina Losolla 1 year ago.

Water is known to be elixir of life. But drinking contaminated water can even prove fatal. It is very essential to make sure the water we drink or use for other household activities be treated to make it portable. Chlorine is the widely used chemical for treating water. Chlorine is a member of halogen group of elements and directly combines with most of the elements. Right from the kitchen where it is used in the form of table salt (NaCl), chlorine is widely used for many purposes. At room temperature it is a gas. Sodium with chlorine forms salt. When sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is mixed with chlorine gas, the resulting product is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). This product mixed with water in some constant proportion is the bleach that we buy at the shop. It is a disinfectant which is why it is used to treat drinking water as well as water in a tank, swimming pool or any other storage sumps. It kills the bacteria, algae and other harmful substances. Chlorine also plays an indirect role in removing tough stains. Natural stains are produced from chemical compounds called chromophores. These can absorb light and that’s why stains cause colors. When chlorine reacts with water, it produces atomic oxygen and hydrochloric acid. This oxygen reacts with chromophores to eliminate its structure that causes color. Chlorine proves useful only if it is used in an appropriate quantity, if otherwise it is very harmful. It could cause difficulty in breathing and also irritate the skin and eyes. More from attemptNwin.com, the complete site for children. Answered by Corey Montpetit 1 year ago.

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Pool, cleaning agent, disinfectant. Answered by Lacresha Majerus 1 year ago.


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