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Solution: Specifications for lactated Ringer’s solution, which is used for intravenous (IV) injections, are as follows to reach 100. mL of solution:• 285–315 mg Na+                          • 368–408 mg Cl   –• 14.1–17.3 mg K+                          • 231–261 mg lactate, C   3H5O3–• 4.9–6.0 mg Ca 2+What is the range of the osmotic pressure of the solution at 37˚C, given the preceding specifications?

Problem

Specifications for lactated Ringer’s solution, which is used for intravenous (IV) injections, are as follows to reach 100. mL of solution:

• 285–315 mg Na+                          • 368–408 mg Cl  

• 14.1–17.3 mg K+                          • 231–261 mg lactate, C   3H5O3

• 4.9–6.0 mg Ca 2+

What is the range of the osmotic pressure of the solution at 37˚C, given the preceding specifications?