intravenous


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intravenous

Anatomy within a vein

intravenous

[‚in·trə′vē·nəs]
(anatomy)
Located within, or going into, the veins.
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Intravenous therapy with amiodarone was discontinued, and the patient was started on sotalol.
In conclusion, most patients with acute supraglottitis can be managed conservatively with careful monitoring in the ICU, serial fiberoptic laryngoscopy, intravenous broad-spectrum antibiotics, elevation of the head of the bed, and humidified oxygen.
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The potency ratio was calculated by dividing the total 24-hour dose of intravenous morphine on day 1 by the total 24-hour dose of oral morphine on day 3 (the day after the switch).
In 8 of the 37 patients (22%), there was no increase in the peripheral venous pressure (PVP) in response to a Valsalva maneuver or occlusion of the extremity above the intravenous site.
He anticipates that ongoing mouse studies will culminate in clinical trials of an intravenous beta-glucuronidase treatment for children.
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For otherwise healthy inpatients who are not in the ICU, use an intravenous respiratory fluoroquinolone alone or intravenous azithromycin alone.
A 7-month-old girl, who had acute lymphoblastic leukemia with meningeal involvement (treated with intravenous vincristine and doxorubicin, as well as intrathecal methotrexate), was brought to the hospital on March 23, 1998, for recent onset of nasal congestion and nonproductive cough.

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