Consisting of salt, or containing salt; as, saline particles; saline substances; a saline cathartic.
Of the quality of salt; salty; as, a saline taste.
A salt spring; a place where salt water is collected in the earth.
A metallic salt; esp., a salt of potassium, sodium, lithium, or magnesium, used in medicine.
A very weak salt solution (0.9% sodium chloride).
a salt solution or any substance that contains salt
Usually refers to Normal Saline, 0.9% sodium chloride solution. Either buy this from a drug store or make up your own solution: One quarter teaspoon of sea salt is dissolved in 8 ounces (250mls) of bottled water. Sea salt is preferable to table salt as it does not contain added iodine, which could promote a sensitivity reaction.
Salty. Fossil Lake's salinity varied with the lake's size, depth, and amount of material washed in by streams.
Salty. The salinity levels in water affect its usefulness for a range of purposes, and its harmfulness to the environment.
Relating to salt. In medicine, saline is a salt solution that is adjusted to the normal salinity of the human body. Certain concentrations of both sodium and chloride in the blood are essential for normal body functions. Saline solutions are commonly used in medicine as fluid replacements to treat or prevent dehydration.
containing salts, in reference to habitats, it usually refers to waters having 30-40 parts per thousand dissolved salts
A saline solution, especially one that is isotonic with blood and is used in medicine and surgery.
solution containing sodium chloride
Common salt in solution form.
This term means containing excess salts; it refers to soils.
salty, water from the sea is saltwater, or saline Saltation - a process: when small rocks are bounced along the riverbed by the stream. This process causes attrition, and adds to the silt and sediment in the river Sediment - material that settles to the bottom of water
an isotonic solution of sodium chloride and distilled water
Relating to or containing chemical salts
Salt water used to fill breast implants. Breast Reconstruction
A saltwater solution used to fill expanders and some implants.
or alkaline cells ( or storage batteries): in a saline battery, the electrolyte is a saline compound (ammonium chloride, zinc chloride, etc.), while in an alkaline battery the electrolyte is a basic solution containing an alkaline metal (lithium, sodium, potassium, etc.)
A liquid that contains salt. Saline may be given through a vein if an individual becomes dehydrated.
salty; containing sodium chloride and related ions.
Water that contains salt.
a solution of a salt or salts that is essentially isotonic with tissue fluids or blood ; especially : an approximately 0.9 percent solution of sodium chloride -- called also normal saline solution, normal salt solution, physiological saline solution, physiological salt solution; - esp saline for IV use and for filling implants.
salty; having a high concentration of dissolved salts.
physiological salt solution; a teaspoon of table salt in a pint of water
salts of the alkali metals or of magnesium
A salt-water solution used to fill some breast implants.
A solution which is made up of water and a small amount of salt. Approximately 71% of an adult's body weight consists of this salt water solution.
A salt and water solution.
A fluid composed of salt and water.
A physiologically balanced salt solution; physiological sodium chloride solution.
A salt water solution. Saline solution is often used to flush wounds and eyes during cleaning. Contact lens solution is commonly used. For more information on saline, see the First Aid Kit page.
salt water; used as replacement fluid during surgery, or in tumescent solution for anesthesia
Containing a salt.
A salt solution containing salt and chloride.
salty; sea water or water nearly as salty as sea water.
Salt water, a natural liquid similar in consistency to water. It is used as a filler in breast implants.
A solution of salt and water.
A salt solution (sodium chloride) similar to tears, the body's natural liquid. Used to fill the inner surface of the LAP-BAND® System to adjust the degree of restriction and the rate of weight loss.
or salty could almost be used without distinction or they could be substituted by briny or brackish because both contain salt. Salty food is sure to be savory. Remember, salty is one of the basic tastes.
A solution comprised primarily of salt water.
In medicine, saline is a solution of sodium chloride in sterile water, used commonly for intravenous infusion, rinsing contact lenses, and nasal irrigation or jala neti. Sodium chloride (NaCl) is ordinary table salt. Saline solutions are available in various concentrations for different purposes.