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- Hyponatraemia and hypokalaemia during intravenous fluid administration. Armon, K.; Riordan, A.; Playfor, S.; Millman, G.; Khader, A. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Apr2008, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p285
Background: Hospital-acquired hyponatraemia is associated with excessive volumes of hypotonic intravenous fluids and can cause death or permanent neurological deficit. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was carried out in 17 hospitals on all children receiving intravenous fluids during 1 day of a...
- Reply to letter to the editor re: Are intravenous injections of contrast media really less nephrotoxic than intra-arterial injections? Nyman, Ulf; Almén, Torsten; Jacobsson, Bo; Aspelin, Peter // European Radiology;May2013, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p1264
A response from the authors of the article "Are intravenous injections of contrast media really less nephrotoxic than intra-arterial injections?" is presented.
- Letter to the Editor re: Are intravenous injections of contrast media really less nephrotoxic than intra-arterial injections? Stratta, Piero; Izzo, Cristina; Canavese, Caterina; Quaglia, Marco // European Radiology;May2013, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p1260
In a recent paper, the authors oppose the opinion that ' intra-arterial administration of iodinated-based contrast media (CM) appears to pose a greater risk of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) than intravenous administration' . As nephrologists, we are happy to have the opportunity to offer...
- Pharmacokinetics of Deramciclane, a Novel Anxiolytic Agent, after Intravenous and Oral Administration. Huupponen, Risto; Paija, Outi; Salonen, Markku; Björklund, Harry; Rouru, Juha; Anttila, Markku // Drugs in R&D;2003, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p339
Background and objective: Deramciclane is a new compound that has shown anxiolytic effects in animal experiments and in human studies. The aim of this study was to determine the pharmacokinetic parameters of deramciclane after intravenous and oral administration, and its oral bioavailability....
- Delivering intravenous therapy in the community setting. Sue O'Hanlon; Glenn, Ruth; Hazler, Belinda // Nursing Standard;4/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 31, p44
This article provides an overview of how an intravenous (IV) therapy service was developed in one primary care trust in England, the challenges that were faced and how they were overcome. The article includes some recommendations for others considering setting up a community IV therapy team.
- Estimating the volume of prefilled bags of 5% dextrose injection. Newton, David W.; Peacock, Gina F.; Ballester, Angeles; Patif, David A. // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;6/15/2004, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p1281
Comments on strategies for determining the volume and contents of pre-filled bags of dextrose injections. Estimation of intravenous infusion at a constant rate to calculate accurate pharmacokinetic parameters; Precision of volume and weight data of the bags.
- Leishmania braziliensis and Leishmania amazonensis amastigote extracts differ in their enhancement effect on Leishmania infection when injected intradermally. de Araújo, Cintia F.; Silva, Virgínia M. G.; Cronemberger-Andrade, Andre; Aragão-França, Luciana S.; Rocha, Viviane C. J.; Santos, Priscila S. L.; Pontes-de-Carvalho, Lain // BMC Research Notes;2014, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
Background It has been reported that repeated intravenous injections of a relatively large amount of Leishmania amazonensis amastigote extract (LaE) in BALB/c mice exacerbates the infection of these mice by Leishmania braziliensis. The identification of the extract active principle(s) through...
- Variability in the concentrations of intravenous drug infusions prepared in a critical care unit. Wheeler, Daniel Wren; Degnan, Beverley Ann; Sehmi, Jobanpreet Singh; Burnstein, Rowan Margaret; Menon, David Krishna; Gupta, Arun Kumar // Intensive Care Medicine;Aug2008, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p1441
To quantify the variability in the concentration of drug infusions prepared on an intensive care unit and establish whether there was a relationship between the quality of syringe labeling and drug preparation. Audit carried out over 3 weeks in May 2006 and completed in May 2007. The adult...
- Safe practice in intravenous medicines administration. Lavery, Irene; Ingram, Paula // Nursing Standard;7/23/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 46, p44
This article offers a practical guide on injecting medicines via the intravenous (IV) route, ensuring safe and effective practice. It considers the benefits of the IV route as well as possible hazards and complications. Through the assessment of risk, it outlines good practice standards.