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How will I receive sodium lactate?

Sodium lactate is a solution that's given intravenously, or through an infusion into your veins. This medication is given by trained healthcare professionals in a hospital or clinic setting. Your doctor or healthcare provider will determine the proper dosage for you, including how much liquid is needed to dilute the sodium lactate in order to create the proper balance of electrolytes. If you have questions about receiving sodium lactate, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider.

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