intravenous

[ in-truh-vee-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF intravenous

Synonyms for intravenous

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Intravenous injections of salt solution also proved of no value.

I have been unable to produce the slightest arterial lesions in rabbits by intravenous injections of lead.

I have watched the maximum pressure rise within three minutes following an intravenous injection of gr.

The intravenous injection of ammonia failing to rouse her, m. xv.

The intravenous dose should not be given oftener than once in four days.

Experiments on cats were carried out by subcutaneous, intravenous, and rectal injections.

Of eight unvaccinated dogs, six succumbed to the intravenous inoculation of rabic matter.

At length, however, the intravenous use of salines was abandoned also.

Given by subcutaneous or intravenous injection, it is, as might be expected, still more lethal and rapid in its effects.

Intravenous injection is the best method of treating patients when the loss of blood has been great.