named after its inventor, Sydney Ringer (1836–1910), British pharmacologist
Ringer's solution in American English (ˈrɪŋərz; riŋˈərz) or ˈRinger's fluid (ˈrɪŋərz; riŋˈərz)
Biochemistry and Medicine
a solution of the chlorides of sodium, potassium, and calcium in purified water that has the same osmotic pressure as that found in blood or tissues, used
in physiological research, to correct dehydration, etc.