Pharmacology: Intra Venous Absorption

Intravenous medication is given in the way catheter inserted in the veins. IV catheter is placed in peripheral or central circulation. The medications are eluded in IV carrier fluid mixes with venous blood and is carried along the route of the blood vein, A medication administered in the bronchial vein is carried to the right side of heart, from there it is pumped toward lung and back to left side of heart, From the left side it pumped through the aorta and into the arterial tree of the body to the upper and lower parts of the body and then to the tissues.

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