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*  Adenosine
... given as a rapid parenteral infusion. Due to adenosine's extremely short half-life, the IV line is started as proximal (near) ...
*  Biochemistry
... in parenteral infusions) or else as drug carrier components (e.g., in a liposome or transfersome). Proteins are very large ...
*  Blow fill seal
BFS is used for the filling of vials for parenteral preparations and infusions, eye drops, and inhalation products. Generally ...
*  Intensive care medicine
... intravenous lines for drug infusions fluids or total parenteral nutrition, nasogastric tubes, suction pumps, drains and ... additional training and achieve certification in enteral and parenteral nutrition through the American Society for Parenteral ...
*  Infusion pump
Total parenteral nutrition usually requires an infusion curve similar to normal mealtimes. Some pumps offer modes in which the ... Intermittent infusion has a "high" infusion rate, alternating with a low programmable infusion rate to keep the cannula open. ... Specialized infusion pumps have been designed for this purpose, although they have not been deployed. Many infusion pumps are ... This is a minimum requirement on all human-rated infusion pumps of whatever age. It is not required for veterinary infusion ...
*  Systemic administration
... or parenteral administration (generally injection, infusion, or implantation). Contrast with topical administration where the ...
*  Route of administration
... total parenteral nutrition Intravesical infusion is into the urinary bladder. intravitreal, through the eye Subcutaneous (under ... The parenteral route is any route that is not enteral (par- + enteral). Parenteral administration can be performed by injection ... Ongoing IV infusions can be used to deliver continuous medication or fluids. Disadvantages of injections include potential pain ... intraperitoneal, (infusion or injection into the peritoneum) e.g. peritoneal dialysis intrathecal (into the spinal canal) is ...
*  Parenteral nutrition
"Cernevit™-12 (multivitamins for infusion)" (PDF). Food and Drug Administration. 1999. "Cernevit" (PDF). NPS MedicineWise. ... Lecithin - An Emulsifier for Parenteral Use: TORVS Research Team "The use of Omegaven in treating parenteral nutrition- ... and partial parenteral nutrition (PPN) when nutrition is also partially enteric. It may be called peripheral parenteral ... American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Oley Foundation for people who feed by tube or IV at home Nutrishare ...
*  Evofosfamide
Containing Plastics by Infusion Solutions Containing an Organic Parenteral Formulation - Poster W4210, Nov 5, 2014 ... For intravenous infusion, the evofosfamide drug product is diluted in 5% dextrose in WFI. Diluted evofosfamide formulation (100 ... can cause leaching of DEHP from infusion bags containing PVC plastic. Evofosfamide (TH-302) is currently being evaluated in ...
*  Liquid diet
... then parenteral nutrition (nutrients by intravenous infusion) is the primary choice. A clear liquid diet, sometimes called a ...
*  Hypertensive encephalopathy
Bolus followed by infusion. Fenoldopam - a peripheral dopamine-1 receptor agonist, given as an intravenous infusion. Oral ... They may, however, be useful when there is no rapid access to the parenteral medications described above. Both sublingual ... See "Renal effects of ACE inhibitors in hypertension".) Several parenteral antihypertensive agents are most often used in the ... Nitroprusside - an arteriolar and venous dilator, given as an intravenous infusion. Nitroprusside acts within seconds and has a ...
*  Ampicillin/sulbactam
1986). "Efficacy and safety of sequential treatment of parenteral sulbactam/ampicillin and oral sultamicillin for skeletal ... and can be formulated for intravenous infusion. It is formulated in a 2:1 ratio of ampicillin:sulbactam. The commercial ... Ampicillin-sulbactam only comes in a parenteral formulation to be either used as intravenous or intramuscular injections, ...
*  Advanced life support
... chest compression less emphasis on airway and breathing promotion of the intraosseous infusion of drugs and fluids if IV access ... Needle cricothyrotomy Needle decompression of tension pneumothorax Advanced medication administration through parenteral and ...
*  Plasmodium falciparum
Parenteral antimalarials should be administered for a minimum of 24 hours, irrespective of the patient's ability to tolerate ... For children, especially in the malaria-endemic areas of Africa, artesunate IV or IM, quinine (IV infusion or divided IM ... Quinine is an acceptable alternative if parenteral artesunate is not available. ...
*  Fluid warmer
Infusion Fluid Warmers are FDA regulated medical devices, product code LGZ. They are unclassified devices with special ... intravenously or by other parenteral routes) to body temperature levels in order to prevent hypothermia in physically ...
*  Teduglutide
Still, parenteral substitution of water, minerals and vitamins (depending on which part of the gut has been removed) is often ... Teduglutide may reduce or shorten the necessity of such infusions by improving the intestinal mucosa and possibly by other ...
*  List of MeSH codes (N02)
... parenteral nutrition, home MeSH N02.421.143.524.650.565 --- parenteral nutrition, home total MeSH N02.421.143.550 --- hospices ... home infusion therapy MeSH N02.421.143.524.470 --- home nursing MeSH N02.421.143.524.470.610 --- respite care MeSH N02.421. ...
*  British Columbia Ambulance Service
Blood Product Infusion, IV Infusion Devices, 'IV with Medication' Maintenance, Mechanical Ventilation (using the LTV 1000 and ... management of parenteral feeding lines and equipment; provide trans-venous pacing. Critical care paramedic (CCPs) are paired in ... infusion of blood products; point of care testing using capillary, venous or arterial sampling; collect arterial and venous ... Blood Product Infusion, Mechanical Ventilation, nitric oxide delivery systems and Out-of-Scope Medications by orders. ITT ...
*  Intravenous therapy
The Infusion Nurses Society offers comprehensive evidence-based educational resources for its members. The Infusion Nurses ... Parenteral nutrition is feeding a person intravenously, bypassing the usual process of eating and digestion. The person ... of another infusion set onto the same line, e.g., adding a dose of antibiotics to a continuous fluid drip. An infusion pump ... or infusions (typically using only the pressure supplied by gravity). Intravenous infusions are commonly referred to as drips. ...
*  Diazepam
Infusions or repeated intravenous injections of diazepam when managing seizures, for example, may lead to drug toxicity, ... Diazepam should be stored at room temperature (15-30 °C). The solution for parenteral injection should be protected from light ... Drug tolerance may also develop to infusions of diazepam if it is given for longer than 24 hours. Adverse effects such as ... As such, it can leach into the plastic bags and tubing used for intravenous infusions. Absorption appears to depend on several ...
*  Iron
"Benefits of parenteral deferoxamine for acute iron poisoning". J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 34 (5): 485-489. doi:10.3109/ ... "Survival after a severe iron poisoning treated with intermittent infusions of deferoxamine". J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 33 (1): 61 ...
*  Dextran
Close to 70% of dextran-40 is excreted in urine within the first 24 hours after intravenous infusion, while the remaining 30% ... Intravenous solutions with dextran function both as volume expanders and means of parenteral nutrition. Such a solution ...
*  General anaesthesia
Parenteral methods include patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) involving a strong opioid such as morphine, fentanyl, or ... This confers a fail-safe aspect that is lacking in continuous-infusion techniques. Postanesthetic shivering is common. Apart ... This may be in the form of regional analgesia or oral, transdermal, or parenteral medication. Minor surgical procedures are ... Called TCI (target controlled infusion), it involves using a computer-controlled syringe driver (pump) to infuse propofol ...
*  CVS Health
Caremark sold its home infusion service and successfully branched out to four units, "a physician practice management unit, a ... Steiger's Hyperalimentation Team worked closely to provide supplies at home for their parenteral therapy patients. Satellite ... Coram is one of the nation's largest providers of infusion services, clinical and compliance monitoring and individual patient ... In 1991 when Caremark was Baxter International's home infusion subsidiary, Caremark was accused by the United States government ...
*  Macy catheter
"Intravenous Opioid Infusions in Comfort Care." The Institute for Palliative Medicine Archived 2014-01-01 at the Wayback Machine ... 1989) "Relative bioavailability of rectally administered phenobarbital sodium parenteral solution." DICP, The Annals of ... 1989) "Relative bioavailability of rectally administered phenobarbital sodium parenteral solution." DICP, The Annals of ...
*  Compounding
The patients had received intravenous infusions of calcium gluconate, a drug used to treat calcium deficiencies and too much ... Compounding is most routine in the case of intravenous/parenteral medication, typically by hospital pharmacists, but is also ... National Home Infusion Association. 2010. Retrieved 2014-02-18. "Medical Center Pharmacy v. Mukasey". Food and Drug ...