When checking the IV of your 55-year-old female patient, you notice that the date on the bag’s label

When checking the IV of your 55-year-old female patient, you notice that the date on the bag’s label is 2 days old and that the solution appears cloudy. About 300 mL remains in the bag. The IV is running at a keep-open rate of 15 mL/hour via an infusion pump, so the infusion will last through your shift. What should you do?