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Table 1 Details of drip infusion bag, dialysis fluid bag, and injection ampoule used in the experiment

From: Convenient methods for ingestion of molecular hydrogen: drinking, injection, and inhalation

Experiment No. Trade name Volume (mL) Purpose Vendor
A 1 5 % Glucose injection 500 DI T
  2 Solulact (Lactate ringer sol.) 500 DI T
  3 Isotonic sodium chloride sol. 500 DI T
B 1 Otsuka normal saline 500 DI O
  2 Hartman’s sol. pH 8 (Lactate ringer sol.) 500 DI N
  3 5 % Glucose injection (for animals) 500 DI K
  4 7 % Sodium hydrogen carbonate sol. (for animals) 500 DI K
  5 Otsuka normal saline 20 I O
C 1 Otsuka normal saline 500 DI O
  2 Midperiq 2,000 DF T
  3 Isotonic sodium chloride sol. 100 DI T
  4 Isotonic sodium chloride sol. 500 DI T
  1. A: Time-dependent concentration after immersion, B: Difference between types of containers, C: Storage stability in aluminum bag, sol.: Solution, DI: Drip infusion, I: Injection, DF: Dialysis fluid, T: Terumo Corp., Tokyo, Japan, O: Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, N: Nipro Corp., Osaka, Japan, K: Kyoritsu Seiyaku Corp., Tokyo, Japan