Hypodermoclysis

Hypodermoclysis, which can also be called interstitial infusion or subcutaneous infusion, is the subcutaneous administration of fluids to the body. This would often be in the form of a saline or glucose solution. Hypodermoclysis can be used where a slow rate of fluid uptake is required compared to intravenous infusion. Typically, it is limited to ...
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hypodermoclysis

Subcutaneous injection of a saline or other solution. ... Origin: hypo-+ G. Derma, skin, + klysis, a washing out ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hypodermoclysis

(hi″po-dәr-mok´lĭ-sis) subcutaneous infusion.
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hypodermoclysis

hypodermoclysis, hypodermatoclysis 1. Subcutaneous injection of a saline or other solution. 2. The injection of nutrient fluids under the skin in the collapse resulting from cholera or other exhausting diseases.
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hypodermoclysis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pō-der-mok′li-sis Definitions: 1. Subcutaneous injection of a saline or other solution.
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hypodermoclysis

A synonym for subcutaneous.
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