Traducción de intravenous en Español:


intravenoso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪntrəˈvinəs//ˌɪntrəˈviːnəs/


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    (injection) intravenoso
    (injection) endovenoso
    (feeding) por vía intravenosa
    (feeding) por vía endovenosa
    • Conventional treatment for severe malaria in Africa is intravenous or intramuscular quinine.
    • Some anorexics need to be hospitalized and administered intravenous fluids.
    • We do often give some intravenous sedation for the stronger peels such as the phenol peel.
    • In some cases, feeding via an intravenous drip may be necessary.
    • The patient became confused and couldn't drink, so an intravenous drip was set up.
    • Some people have to go to the hospital to get oxygen therapy and intravenous fluids.
    • An old man sits on the street administering an intravenous drip to himself.
    • In intravenous drug abusers it can occur where a vein is regularly punctured with a needle.
    • The source of infection was blood transfusion in 23 patients and intravenous drug use in two.
    • The emergency department doctors gave him intravenous fluids and intravenous antibiotics.
    • Chemotherapy may be administered either systemically via the oral or intravenous route or by hepatic infusion.
    • The baby was administered intravenous fluids for five days and then died.
    • The lesions completely resolved after treatment with intravenous penicillin.
    • Most people remember very little about dental treatment done under intravenous sedation.
    • Most study drugs were given orally, with only two of the earlier studies using intravenous therapy initially.
    • Even if you have to hire a private ambulance complete with wheelchair and intravenous drip, you must come in the following day.
    • During my final year, an exciting innovation was intravenous fluid therapy for calves with acute diarrhoea.
    • You will have an intravenous drip to maintain your bodily fluids until you are able to eat and drink.
    • If you need antibiotics, fluids or other drugs, you may be given an intravenous drip.
    • One of the most commonly used medical devices in hospital patients are peripheral intravenous catheters.