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*  Syringe
... s are frequently used in clinical medicine to administer injections, infuse intravenous therapy into the bloodstream, ... Insulin syringes are made specifically for self injections and have friendly features: shorter needles, as insulin injections ... after each injection, so they can make several or many injections on a filling. These are not used much in human medicine ... A dental syringe is a used by dentists for the injection of an anesthetic. It consists of a breech-loading syringe fitted with ...
*  Pen needles
A change in the angle could cause the needle to break or get stuck in the skin Change injection sites between injections. If ... intravenous needles, lancets, and other devices that are used to penetrate the skin for the delivery of medications derived ... The use of colored pen needles and assigning each color to different injection sites helps remembering to rotate the injection ... Some of the newest pen needle designs proactively address ease of use, injection flow, ergonomic handling, injection depth ...
*  Intracerebroventricular injection
... and Intravenous (IV) Injection in Mice". J Vis Exp (56). doi:10.3791/2968. PMC 3227174 . PMID 21988897. ... Intracerebroventricular injection (ICVI) is an invasive injection technique of substances directly into the cerebrospinal fluid ...
*  Greek cancer cure
It consisted of intravenous injections of a fluid for which Aliviatos would not reveal the formula. The American Cancer Society ... the intravenous injections are safe." http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/greek.html "Unproven methods of ...
*  Valproate
Episenta solution for injection by Beacon Tablets - Orfiril by Desitin Pharmaceuticals Intravenous injection - Orfiril IV by ... Epilim by Sanofi-Aventis Intravenous injection - Epilim Intravenous by Sanofi Extended release tablets - Epilim Chrono by ... Intravenous injection - Depacon by Abbott Laboratories. Syrup - Depakene by Abbott Laboratories. (Note Depakene capsules are ... Extended release tablets and Extended release coated tablets Intravenous injection - Epival or Epiject by Abbott Laboratories. ...
*  Infective endocarditis
Solid particles from repeated intravenous injections. Chronic inflammation. Examples include auto-immune mechanisms and ... catheterisation or during access of long term indwelling catheters or secondary to intravenous injection of recreational drugs ... Intravenous drug users tend to get their right-sided heart valves infected because the veins that are injected drain into the ... Among people who do use intravenous drugs and have a fever in the emergency room, there is about a 10% to 15% prevalence of ...
*  Esmolol
... is given by slow intravenous injection. It is commonly used in patients during surgery to prevent or treat tachycardia ...
*  Palytoxin
... is most toxic after intravenous injection. The LD50 in mice is 0.045 µg/kg and in rats 0.089 µg/kg. In other mammals ... It was also found that palytoxin is very toxic after intraperitoneal injection. The LD50 in mice was less than 1 µg/kg. Because ... Palytoxin is also very toxic after intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. No toxicity is found after intrarectal ...
*  Justine Johnstone
"Influence of Velocity on the Response to Intravenous Injections". Archives of Internal Medicine. 47 (2): 218-228. doi:10.1001/ ... Working under her married name, Justine Wanger, she was part of the team that developed the modern intravenous drip technique. ...
*  Discovery and development of direct thrombin inhibitors
Hirudins are given parenteraly, usually by intravenous injection. 80% of hirudin is distributed in the extravascular ... "Angiomax Injection" (PDF). Retrieved 18 September 2012. "FDA approves Pradaxa to prevent stroke in people with atrial ... It's given as an intravenous bolus because the highly basic guanidine with pKa 13 prevents it to be absorbed from the ... "Lepirudin Injection". American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Retrieved 18 September 2012. Squizzato, A; Dentali F.; ...
*  Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling
More complex diffusion models have been published [reference to add]. Intravenous injection is a common clinical route of ...
*  Harry Bisel
"Clinical studies with tubercidin administered by direct intravenous injection". Cancer Research. 30 (1): 76-8. PMID 4917978. ...
*  MPTP
"Chronic parkinsonism secondary to intravenous injection of meperidine analogues". Psychiatry Research. 1 (3): 249-254. doi: ... Injection of MPTP causes rapid onset of Parkinsonism, hence users of MPPP contaminated with MPTP will develop these symptoms. ... Langston et al.(1984) found that injections of MPTP in squirrel monkeys resulted in Parkinsonism, symptoms of which were ...
*  Omeprazole
... for intravenous injection. Most oral omeprazole preparations are enteric-coated, due to the rapid degradation of the drug in ... It is also available for use in injectable form (IV) in Europe, but not in the U.S. The injection pack is a combination pack ...
*  Desmethylprodine
"Chronic Parkinsonism secondary to intravenous injection of meperidine analogues". Psychiatry Research. 1 (3): 249-254. doi: ...
*  Self-administration
This drug can be administered remotely through an implanted intravenous line or an intracerebroventricular injection. Self- ... Weeks J. R. (1962). "Experimental morphine addiction: Method for automatic intravenous injections in unrestrained rats". ... intravenous. Intravenous catheterization is used most commonly because it maximizes bioavailability and has rapid onset, ... Weeks (1962) published an account of the first true use of the intravenous self-administration paradigm in a study aiming to ...
*  Oxacillin
... sodium for injection for intramuscular or intravenous injection prescribing information. Princeton, NJ; 2001 Jan. ... Bactocill in Dextrose Intravenous 1 g/50 mL: $17.34 2 g/50 mL: $24.95 Oxacillin Sodium Injection 1 g: $17.52 2 g: $33.99 10 g ... As an injection, oxacillin may cause injection site reactions, which may be characterized by redness, swelling, and itching. ... Oxacillin Sodium Powder for Injection, Solution Baxter Laboratories 1 g/50 mL: 10/26/1989 - Present 2 g/50 mL: 10/26/1989 - ...
*  Essentiale
... N - solution for intravenous injection in vials 5 ml. Essentiale N contains essential phospholipids (EPL substance) ... Essentiale medications are manufactured under 4 trade names: ESSENTIALE - solution for intravenous injections in vials 5 ml. ... solution for injection); Digestive system diseases (chronic pancreatitis, gastric and duodenum ulcer); Toxicosis of pregnancy ( ...
*  4-Dimethylaminophenol
... intramuscular injection should be avoid due to the probability of muscular necrosis after injection. Intravenous injection is ...
*  Johann Sigismund Elsholtz
In his 1667 work Clysmatica nova, he investigated the possibilities of intravenous injection. He performed early research of ... Neglected Work on Intravenous Injection" (1933). "Clysmatica Nova", edited by John W. R. McIntyre; Iwanami Book Service Center ...
*  Vitamin C
Treatment can be orally or by intramuscular or intravenous injection. Scurvy was known to Hippocrates in the classical era. The ... Jacobs C, Hutton B, Ng T, Shorr R, Clemons M (February 2015). "Is there a role for oral or intravenous ascorbate (vitamin C) in ... Intravenous administration bypasses this. Doing so makes it possible to achieve plasma concentrations of 5 to 10 millimoles/ ... The theory that large amounts of intravenous ascorbic acid can be used to treat late-stage cancer is - some forty years after ...
*  Apophysomyces variabilis
Any penetrating injury that breaks the skin barrier including; burns, injections, intravenous catheterization, and surgical ... For this reason, disease is seen in burn patients, injured persons, and injection-drug users. The infection may take clinical ... and injections both intramuscular and subcutaneous. Cutaneous mucormycosis is acquired when the sporangiospores from ...
*  Collapsed vein
... s are a common result of chronic use of intravenous injections. They are particularly common where injecting ... especially with blunt needles Poor technique Injection of substances which irritate the veins; in particular, injection of ... Many smaller veins are created by the body to circulate the blood, but they are not adequate for injections or IVs. Phlebitis. ... Permanent vein collapse occurs as a consequence of: Long-term injecting Repeated injections, ...
*  Semapimod
In the clinical trials above, semapimod tetrahydrochloride was administered by intravenous injection. This route has drawbacks ...
*  Florbetaben (18F)
Intravenous injections of florbetaben are generally well tolerated in all subject groups. Analysis of 872 patients with 978 ... The most common reactions (incidence < 1%) were injection-site pain (3.9% of patients), injection-site erythema (1.7%) and ... Repeated annual florbetaben injections showed no differences in the tolerability profile. Risks and side effects are addressed ... Clin Transl Imaging, 2015: p. 1-14 NeuraCeqTM (florbetaben F18 injection) product website Company website. ...
*  Dasolampanel
... as tezampanel is not bioavailable orally and must be administered by intravenous injection, but ultimately neither drug was ...
*  Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
Preliminary report of a new method utilizing the intravenous injection of tetrabromphenolphthalein. By Evarts A. Graham and ...