intravenously intravenously  /ɪn ˈtræ və nəs li/


  • (adv) in an intravenous manner


  1. The treatment is not yet as successful as desired, but best results seem to be obtained with the salts of antimony injected intravenously or intramuscularly.
  2. Diprivan, which is administered intravenously and known by its generic name propofol, can lead to respiratory failure.
  3. Justice would be served, swift and clean, as three chemicals were introduced intravenously into his bloodstream.


  1. Cambridge suspect busted while 'shooting up'

    Drug-related charges are pending against a 22-year-old male found unresponsive inside a vehicle in Cambridge early Tuesday morning after an apparent overdose while allegedly injecting suspected heroin intravenously.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: The Daily Jeffersonian

  2. The Medicines Company Announces Positive Results for Solo II Trial of Oritavancin in the Treatment of Acute Bacterial ...

    SOLO II Trial Meets All Protocol-Specified Endpoints Comparing Oritavancin, Given as One Single Dose, to Vancomycin Given Twice-Daily for 7-10 Days Intravenously; Combined SOLO I and SOLO II Findings in MRSA Infections Show Higher Proportion of Oritavancin Patients Achieved at Least 20% Reduction of Lesion Area at 48-72 Hours
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Marketwire


  • "It's just a good day to be alive," said Lesnar, when asked about his lighthearted mood. "I laid in a hospital bed for over two weeks, putting no food in my body. The doctors didn't want my stomach to do any work so they fed me intravenously....
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Brock Lesnar Source: Vancouver Sun

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