clysis


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clysis

[′klī·səs]
(medicine)
Administration of an enema.
Subcutaneous or intravenous administration of fluids.
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Furthermore, we commonly use two concentrations containing adrenaline--one for topical use only at 1:30 000 IU and the other at 1:500 000 IU for subcuticular clysis in the management of intraoperative haemostasis.
Until more is known about medical interventions for delirium, other approaches are worthy of consideration, including the use of bright or blue light for circadian rhythm disturbances, complementary and alternative medicine, and minimizing the need for restraints by using clysis and by using intramuscular injections instead of intravenous injections, he said.