Recent Examples of intravenous from the Web
Morphic Therapeutic, started in 2015, is tapping into Dr. Springer’s discoveries to devise an oral version of the intravenous drug Entyvio.
Even after the existence of HIV was discovered to be the cause of AIDS in 1984, stigma about homosexuality and intravenous drug use colored the public’s perception of the disease.
Vines said that intravenous drug users are at high risk.
The natural disaster has already knocked back the supply of small-volume saline and dextrose bags, which are widely used intravenous solutions.
Newer scars with bruising, such as one on his right side of his neck, could have come from medical treatment, such as for an intravenous line.
The cases were tied to intravenous use of Opana, a prescription painkiller.
The last part is called IVIg which basically involves having immune-boosting substances pumped into you through an intravenous drip, similar to how chemo is administered.
Treating drug-resistant tuberculosis can require in-hospital intravenous infusions and toxic second-line antibiotics that may cause nausea, deafness, liver damage and other side effects that lead patients to drop out of treatment.
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Origin and Etymology of intravenous
First Known Use: circa 1849See Words from the same year
INTRAVENOUS Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of intravenous
- an intravenous feeding
- intravenous inflammation
- intravenous needles
- an intravenous solution
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