infus·e / ~ing / ~ed v
Please advise on infusing hydrochloric acid
II. Should anaesthetists stop infusing isotonic saline?
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Is coating of tubing required when endothelin-1 is infused intravenously?
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1 to introduce gradually, as of a solution into a vein or body cavity.
2 to make an infusion (def. 2).
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