Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Injections, Intravenous

Intravenous (IV) injections are injections that are given into a vein, typically using a small needle or a thin tube called an intravenous catheter. IV injections are used to deliver medications or fluids directly into the bloodstream.

IV injections are commonly used in the healthcare industry to administer medications and fluids quickly and efficiently. They are often used in emergency situations, such as when a patient is dehydrated or in severe pain, or when a medication cannot be taken orally. IV injections may also be used to deliver medications or fluids over a longer period of time, such as when a patient is receiving intravenous antibiotics or nutrition.

IV injections are usually administered by healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. It is important for healthcare providers to follow proper infection control practices when administering IV injections to minimize the risk of infection. There is also a risk of complications associated with IV injections, such as bleeding, infection, and damage to the vein. It is important for healthcare providers to carefully monitor patients who are receiving IV injections and to take steps to prevent or manage any potential complications.

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