intervenous

intervenous

/in·ter·ve·nous/ (in″ter-ve´nus) between veins.
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Some specific applications include: bandages, drug delivery patches, suture tape, pharmaceutical closures, including syringe plungers and sleeves, vial closures and stoppers, tourniquets, exercise bands, condoms and prophylactic devices, gloves and glove dip, intervenous bags and tubing, baby bottle nipples, pacifiers and teething devices, breast hoods, and dental and orthodontic devices.
Ganta and co workers (21) studied intervenous injection of metoclopramide 5 mg before the induction of anaesthesia with propofol reduced the incidence of pain on injection (p=0.
9% saline 5ml intervenous (IV)1 min before succinylcholine; Group B received inj rocuronium 0.
During the course of hospitalization, he also developed mild steroid induced gastritis, suspected ventilator associated pneumonia (treated empirically with linezolid and piperacillin/tazobactam for 7 days), worsening elevation of liver enzymes secondary to propofol use, and right basilic vein thrombosis owing to presence of intervenous lines.
For example, we observed Lois Atwood, a nurse at Hospital 7, encounter eight interruptions in the span of 40 minutes while trying to complete three activities: starting a patient's total parenteral nutrition (TPN), hanging a bag of intervenous (IV) medication for another patient, and getting a third patient discharged.
Acute flank pain: Comparison of non-contrast-enhanced CT and intervenous urography.
There are enough pills, intervenous (IV) solution and other supplies to fill eight 747s, enough to treat thousands of victims of an intentional release of anthrax or plague or other germ.
A bone biopsy had been planned, with follow up hospitalization for intervenous antibiotics/antifungals.