intravenous injection

[n] - an injection into a vein
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Intravenous injection

An injection into the vein.
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intravenous injection

<pharmacology> The giving of drugs into a vein through a syringe. ... (30 Mar 1998) ...
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intravenous injection

noun an injection into a vein
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intravenous injection

an injection made into a vein, done when rapid absorption is called for, fluid cannot be taken by mouth, or the substance to be administered is too irritating to be injected into the skin or muscles. See also intravenous infusion.
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intravenous injection

(from the article `drug`) ...tract). Methods of administration include oral, sublingual (dissolving the drug under the tongue), and rectal. Parenteral routes, which do not ... Parenteral dosage forms are intended for administration as an injection or infusion. Common injection types are intravenous (into a vein), ... ...cardiac outpu...
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Intravenous injection

Putting a fluid into a vein with a needle and syringe.
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Intravenous Injection

Injection into a vein. Many medications are given through an intravenous line in the hospital. Common drugs that are given intraveneously include pitocin, magnesium sulfate, pain medications and antibiotics.
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intravenous injection

Injection into a vein.
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