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  • Intravenous administration. What does it threaten?

    Danger of overdose.

    An issue that is clear but occasionally disregarded. Drugs are completely bioavailable when given intravenously! As opposed to, say, intranasal (through the nose) intake, the percentages of which vary but generally do not go over about 70%. Only 70% of the substance will, therefore, get to "the place we need."

    I want to start out by saying that you should not reduce the dosage by 30% from the usual one and then slam it in celebration. This isn't always how things go. When administered intravenously, some surfactants that previously behaved predictably and obediently started to act inappropriately or even produce effects that were uncharacteristic of them.

    Complications that are connected to the procedure itself:

    • Thrombophlebitis, abscesses.
    • Tissue necrosis at the injection site when certain substances are "blown" (introduced past the vessel).
    • Thrombosis brought on, for instance, by impurities unsafe for IV use, which is followed by ischemia, necrosis, and ultimately, amputation of the affected limb.
    • Various inflammatory conditions that also have infection.
    • Damage to the nerves and artery, which is crucial for those attempting to "print out" the armpit or groyne.

    Allergic reactions that can kill you.

    Surfactants and fillers that are in direct contact with the blood are said to go "in the appendage." The possibility of something like anaphylactic shock is particularly high.

    Quincke's edoema, a less severe condition, is also competing for this position.

    The most intriguing thing about them is that they can appear suddenly, for any introduction, and at any time! They even "put yesterday" from one substance, one batch, and a "bag."

    The immune system's response to repeated contact with an allergen is known as allergy.

    You can use the same thing 10...20....1000 times, and everything will be fine, but you will not be lucky on the 1001st. "Russian roulette" in all its glory. True, unlike the original, the chances of "success" here are many times less. But they are.

    Pyrogenic reactions.

    what is referred to as "shaken" in popular culture. They develop as a result of any filthy waste being infused into your blood. For instance, dust, "cladman's snot," microbes and their metabolic byproducts, and the like.

    A sudden rise in body temperature, chills, trembling, joint pain, headache with nausea, and potentially vomiting are the symptoms. Any elderly, bearded heroin user will be able to describe this condition in great detail. Possibly dangerous for sepsis and toxic-infectious shock. Which... I mean, you get it, right?

    Blood-borne infectious diseases are spread by.

    Indeed, although they are not exclusive to them, the most prevalent ones are hepatitis and HIV.

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