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medication

1. treatment with drugs or remedies
2. a drug or remedy

medication

[‚med·ə′kā·shən]
(medicine)
A medicinal substance.
Treatment by or administration of a medicine.
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All staff were in medical or nursing practice in intensive care units (ICU) or operating theatres and frequently administered intravenous medication to patients.
Sarah did not have to be administering intravenous medication or standing next to Todd 24/7 but neither her hunting trip in Eastern Oregon, while Todd was in Florida, nor her satellite phone calls were "to care for" her spouse.
The Alaris[R] Asena[R] CC Syringe Pump with Guardrails[R] Safety Software can help reduce intravenous medication errors by incorporating recommended standard dosing limits and safe infusion protocols.
The bulk of Option Care's business is in specialty pharmacy services, which provide medications and related services to patients requiring high-cost medications, and infusion therapy products used in in-home care for patients requiring intravenous medication or nutrition.
Experts from all of the countries except Switzerland would treat such a patient with an involuntary intramuscular injection, but experts from only five of the countries would use an involuntary intravenous medication.
In critical care situations, every second can literally be the difference between life and death for a patient, and all of the VISIV container's innovative features were designed to help improve the safety and efficiency of intravenous medication delivery," said Arnott.
The seizures must be controlled with intravenous medication.
The mannequins imitate human responses to procedures such as intravenous medication, ventilation and catheterisation.
The Congestive Heart Failure Program helps participants improve their quality of life while living with heart failure through outpatient intravenous medication therapy and patient/family education.
GenoMed's treatment for acute kidney failure uses an already existing intravenous medication.
This is the power of God,' Dr Bahman Fasihpour told reporters who saw the woman covered in a blanket and receiving intravenous medication.

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