subcutaneously

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  • There was a similar lack of effect when the drug was given subcutaneously to man.
  • When injected subcutaneously, it appears in the blood earlier than human insulin.
  • The medication is injected subcutaneously twice per day using a filled pen-like device.
  • The implant has to be replaced every year and is implanted subcutaneously in the upper arm.
  • If larvae are discovered within body tissues, rather than subcutaneously, surgical removal is the only means of treatment.
  • Something congenital and sleeping subcutaneously beneath the surface of her had scratched through. Cited from Humoresque, by Fannie Hurst
  • Emetine should always be given deep intramuscularly or deep subcutaneously but never intravenously.
  • Then when angiotensin was injected subcutaneously, drinking incidence went back to original levels.
  • Vaccines are best introduced subcutaneously, a part being selected which is not liable to pressure, as there is sometimes considerable local reaction. Cited from Manual of Surgery, by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
  • Some sort of packing was also applied subcutaneously, but the exact make-up of this particular embalming substance is unknown.
  • When given subcutaneously adrenalin effects the whole body so it had many side effects and therefore inconvenient to use for treating asthma.
  • The drug is injected once a day subcutaneously e.g., in your hip or thigh.
  • His custom was to drink till he was a wreck, and then take drugs, either by the mouth or subcutaneously, to steady himself. Cited from Regeneration, by H. Rider Haggard
  • They have absorption and activity characteristics not currently possible with subcutaneously injected insulin proper.
  • It is injected subcutaneously (under the skin) in the upper arm.
  • These salts may be taken orally or otherwise (e.g. subcutaneously).
  • The subcutaneously injected protein failed a phase II trial for multiple sclerosis.
  • Infections that produce a black discharge mainly spread subcutaneously.
  • This vaccine is a shot given subcutaneously (under the skin).
  • The thing typified all that was fast, insecure, and subcutaneously oily in modern life. Cited from To Let, by John Galsworthy
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Meaning of subcutaneously

  • adverb Below the skin
    inject subcutaneously