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You can get food and drink through your veins! Kind of weird, huh? Sometimes, when a person has surgery or is very sick, doctors and nurses don't want to wake that person up to have them eat and drink Instead, they put an IV - an ultra-thin needle that they can't even feel - into their vein so that food (actually, sugar and salts), medicine, and water can get into their body while they sleep It could be that the person's too busy getting better to eat and drink by himself, or is too tired Whatever the reason may be, an IV will gradually drip important stuff into the person's body to help him get better again!
Intravenous Can refer to a tube placed into a vein to give fluids or medications to the baby It can also be used to describe the route a medication is given An example: the babys Lasix was given IV, meaning, into the vein via the IV tubing
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Intravenous: A procedure used to provide a path to administer medicine or fluids A small needle with a plastic catheter (tube) is inserted into a vein in the patients hand, arm, foot or neck The needle is removed, leaving the plastic catheter in the vein This is hooked up to a short tube with saline water, or to a bag of fluid with a saline water in it If medicines are administered, it is usually best to administer it through an IV People who are severely dehydrated or who have lost blood because of trauma, can receive necessary fluid replacement through this IV
Intravenous Used in the prehospital setting for rapid replacement of fluids and/or to provide a "life line" for administration of medication When an IV line cannot be secured, drugs can be given by alternate routes One is called IO (Intra Osseous), where the drugs are infused through a special catheter into the patient's bone marrow IO is generally reserved for critically ill pediatric (child) patients and requires specialized training
A medical procedure used to treat the sickest and the healthiest As to the healthiest: Even the healthiest runners can end out with getting an IV if they try to run until they drop! Sometimes called a "drip" but that's not necessarily the case if they're treating a severely dehydrated individual
Fizikte ivme hızın zamana göre değişim hızı veya zamana göre türevi olarak tanımlanır. Büyüklüğü uzaklık/zaman2 olan bir vektörel niceliktir. İvme ölçümünde kullanılan Sİ birimi metre/saniye² ve ivmeölçer kullanarak ölçülür
Hareket eden nesnenin küçük bir zaman içinde hızında oluşan değişmenin bu zamana oranı
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