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  1. ... your stomach.Ranitidine may be added to an intravenous fluid that will ... to help treat an ulcer or prevent one from developing. Ranitidine helps to ...
  2. ... makes. It is used to treat and prevent ulcers and to treat other conditions in which the stomach makes too much acid. The drug will be either added to an intravenous fluid that will drip through a needle or catheter placed in your vein for at least 15 ...
  3. ... makes. It is used to treat and prevent ulcers and to treat other ... will drip through a needle or catheter placed in your vein for at least 15 ...
  4. JAMA Patient Page: Sepsis (American Medical Association) - PDF  
    ... usually treated in the intensive care unit with intravenous fluids and ... thrombosis, stress ulcers, and pressure ulcers. Death rates are high, with ...
  5. ... dilute (less concentrated) solution to be injected into intravenous catheters. Heparin should not be injected into a muscle. ... used to prevent blood clots from forming in intravenous catheters, it is usually used when the catheter is ...
  6. ... you experience any of these effects near your intravenous catheter, tell your healthcare provider as soon as possible: ...
  7. ... you experience any of these effects near your intravenous catheter, tell your healthcare provider as soon as possible: ...
  8. Infection and Malignancy (American Society of Transplantation)  
    ... significant problem in transplant patients. . The use of catheters and intravenous lines to deliver medication carries some risk for infection. Some patients may develop pneumonia shortly after surgery. Common signs of ... where the catheter was inserted Diarrhea or abdominal pain, nausea, and ...
  9. Understanding Side Effects of Drug Therapy (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) - PDF  
    ... right away. Patients who are being treated with intravenous medications may benefit from having one of the following: IV catheters (central lines). Certain medications irritate the veins and ...
  10. A peripheral intravenous line (PIV) is a small, short plastic tube, called a catheter. It is placed through the skin into a vein, usually in the hand, arm, or foot, but sometimes ...
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