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  • Cases of intravenous use were also reported to be on the increase.
  • Eventually he passed out and the intravenous was given and a blood sample was taken.
  • It is usually administered under the doctor's order through an intravenous route.
  • Some of his work is presented in free book about intravenous vitamin C.
  • It is given by intravenous infusion once every two weeks for three to six months.
  • He was taken to the hospital where the doctor tried to give him an intravenous line which he resisted.
  • Intravenous hydration, if required, is typically only needed for one or two days.
  • Intravenous route is the most efficient, but also one of the most dangerous.
  • These results are similar to those in previous studies when the drug was given by intravenous injection.
  • They work equally well as intravenous steroids but appear to have less side effects.
  • If so, they probably represent the largest group of such intravenous drug users in northeast Asia.
  • It is however as a term distinct from the meaning of intravenous use or other methods not through the skin.
  • For the next three years she was an intravenous drug user.
  • Intravenous doses should be smaller than those taken orally, all other things being equal.
  • Hickman lines may remain in place for extended periods and are used when long-term intravenous access is required.
  • Two large-bore intravenous lines are established and crystalloid solution may be given.
  • They often require medications and intravenous fluids to keep their blood pressure from going too low.
  • HDV is rare in most developed countries, and is mostly associated with intravenous drug use.
  • However, George gets the last laugh by pulling out his intravenous line.
  • If these are developing, intravenous fluids should be provided at a rate above maintenance.
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Meaning of intravenous

  • adjective Within or by means of a vein
    an intravenous inflammation, intravenous feeding