Recent Examples of intravenous from the Web
People with certain neurological or cardiac forms of illness may require intravenous treatment with antibiotics such as ceftriaxone or penicillin.
Williams and Connors are accused in connection with their support of legislation in 2016 that would have benefited Trina Health, a business that licensed clinics that gave intravenous insulin treatments.
In more advanced cases, hospitalization and intravenous antibiotics may be necessary.
In the emergency department at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. Ali Raja recently had an appendicitis patient who needed intravenous morphine or low-dose Dilaudid.
In the meantime, Banerjee and her sister, Tumpa, have maintained a near-constant vigil at the boy’s bedside, where he is connected to a ventilator and intravenous fluids.
The fascination with psychedelic drugs, psychosurgery, brain-stimulation devices, intravenous infusions, etc., is symptomatic of the current mental health crisis.
Seven depressed patients received intravenous ketamine infusions.
Consequently, most insurance plans won’t pay for it, leaving patients to fork over thousands of dollars out of pocket for a series of intravenous infusions.
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INTRAVENOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intravenous for English Language Learners
: through, in, or into a vein : entering the body through a vein
medical Definition of intravenous
- an intravenous feeding
- intravenous inflammation
- intravenous needles
- an intravenous solution
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