phleboclysis

phleboclysis

 [flĕ-bok´lĭ-sis]
injection of fluid into a vein; see also intravenous infusion. Called also venoclysis.
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phleb·o·cly·sis

(flĕ-bok'li-sis),
Intravenous injection of an isotonic solution of dextrose or other substances in quantity.
Synonym(s): venoclysis
[phlebo- + G. klysis, a washing out]
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phleb·o·cly·sis

(fleb'ō-klī'sis)
Intravenous injection of an isotonic solution of dextrose or other substances in quantity.
[phlebo- + G. klysis, a washing out]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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