Recent Examples of intravenous from the Web
Early treatment of sepsis, usually with antibiotics and intravenous fluids can improve a person’s changes of survival, according to the Clinic.
The only sound is the click of the intravenous ketamine pump.
Nasri is also the subject of doping allegations after having used an intravenous drip at a Los Angeles clinic in 2016 and is facing a four-year ban from football if found to be culpable.
The pilot program offers free, clean, unused needles and syringes to intravenous drug users as a way to prevent the transmission of hepatitis B and C as well as human immunodeficiency virus.
The shortage of the ubiquitous intravenous bags of saline has been going on since 2014, but the supply got hit even further when the hurricane damaged the country’s biggest supplier in Puerto Rico last fall.
Odds are your doc will prescribe one of three antiviral meds: inhaled zanamivir (brand name Relenza), intravenous peramivir (Rapivab), or oral oseltamivir, otherwise known as Tamiflu.
In Moderna’s study, the researchers gave intravenous injections of MUT-encoding mRNA to mice lacking the enzyme.
Occupational, speech, respiratory and intravenous therapies are also provided as needed.
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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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