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infusion

Med introduction of a liquid, such as a saline solution, into a vein or the subcutaneous tissues of the body

Infusion

 

a liquid medicinal preparation; a water extract of a plant substance. Infusions are prepared from various parts of plants (leaves, flowers, grasses) that contain active substances. They include admixtures known as ballast substances (sugar, mucus, amaroids, tannins, pigments) and are used internally and, less frequently, externally (for example, gargling).

infusion

[in′fyü·zhən]
(chemistry)
The aqueous solution of a soluble constituent of a substance as the result of the substance's steeping in the solvent for a period of time.
(medicine)
The slow injection of a solution into a vein or into subcutaneous or other tissue of the body.
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The difference in the HbA values at baseline and in the fifth year in the CSII and MDI group were 8.
3U/kg/d in the MDI and CSII groups, respectively (p=0.
However, the increase was more significant in the CSII group (1.
1 events/100-patient-years at the end of the follow-up period in the CSII group (p<0.
The rates of DKA episodes were not significantly different in the MDI and CSII groups at baseline (5.
One patient on CSII and one on MDI developed lipoatrophy in the abdominal area, which was resolved after switching from insulin aspart to lispro.
This study represents the first analysis of CSII use in children and adolescents in Kuwait since the initiation of the government funded program in 2007.
1c] levels) in the CSII group compared to the MDI group.
17-19,21) In a three-year multicenter cohort analysis, Jakish (19) showed the superiority of the CSII regime over MDI only in the first year; the difference did not persist.
This examination of difficulties encountered by family members of youth using CSII, integrating family--systems and social--ecological approaches, confirms the fact that adherence difficulties are experienced in specific social contexts that differ by family member.