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1952 75
1953 58
1954 61
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1958 57
1959 71
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1962 68
1963 297
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1965 587
1966 815
1967 1319
1968 1912
1969 2010
1970 1916
1971 2245
1972 2457
1973 2385
1974 2588
1975 1738
1976 1212
1977 1268
1978 1111
1979 1187
1980 1144
1981 1137
1982 1164
1983 1208
1984 1372
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1986 1478
1987 1397
1988 1584
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1990 1725
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1992 1675
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1994 1815
1995 1779
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1998 1697
1999 1664
2000 1644
2001 1571
2002 1515
2003 1637
2004 1581
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2006 1636
2007 1822
2008 1727
2009 1692
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Intravenous injections in neonatal mice.
Gombash Lampe SE, et al. J Vis Exp 2014. PMID 25407048 Free PMC article.
Intravenous injection is a clinically applicable manner to deliver therapeutics. For adult rodents and larger animals, intravenous injections are technically feasible and routine. ...
Intravenous injection is a clinically applicable manner to deliver therapeutics. For adult rodents and larger animals, intravenous
Retro-orbital injections in mice.
Yardeni T, et al. Lab Anim (NY) 2011. PMID 21508954 Free PMC article.
Intravenous vascular access is technically challenging in the adult mouse and even more challenging in neonatal mice. The authors describe the technique of retro-orbital injection of the venous sinus in the adult and neonatal mouse. ...Administration of retro-orbital injections is more challenging in neonatal mice but can reliably deliver volumes up to 10 μl....
Intravenous vascular access is technically challenging in the adult mouse and even more challenging in neonatal mice. The authors des
Use of intra-osseous access in adults: a systematic review
Petitpas F, et al. Crit Care 2016 - Review. PMID 27075364 Free PMC article.
The IO infusion allows for blood sampling and administration of virtually all types of fluids and medications including vasopressors, with a bioavailability close to the intravenous route. ...CONCLUSIONS: Indications for IO infusion use in adults requiring urgent parenteral access and having difficult intravenous access are increasing. ...
The IO infusion allows for blood sampling and administration of virtually all types of fluids and medications including vasopressors, with a …
[The Efficacy of Near-Infrared Devices in Facilitating Peripheral Intravenous Access in Children: A Systematic Review and Subgroup Meta-Analysis].
Kuo CC, et al. Hu Li Za Zhi 2017 - Review. PMID 28948593 Chinese.
However, the subgroup analysis of difficult intravenous-access factors revealed a significant improvement in the first-attempt success rate of children with difficult intravenous access scores (OR = 1.83, p = .03). ...Therefore, we suggest that the difficult intravenous-access score be used as a screening tool to suggest when to apply near-infrared devices to children with difficult peripheral intravenous access in order to maximize efficacy of treatment....
However, the subgroup analysis of difficult intravenous-access factors revealed a significant improvement in the first-attempt succes …
A simple procedure to perform intravenous injections in the Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus).
Pérez-García CC, et al. Lab Anim 2003. PMID 12626074
We describe a simple and feasible procedure for performing intravenous administration of substances in the gerbil. Under light anaesthesia, animals were held in dorsal recumbency and a very small incision of skin, parallel to the femoral vein on the internal side of the thigh, was made. ...
We describe a simple and feasible procedure for performing intravenous administration of substances in the gerbil. Under light anaest …
A Comparison of Error Rates Between Intravenous Push Methods: A Prospective, Multisite, Observational Study.
Hertig JB, et al. J Patient Saf 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28902007
OBJECTIVES: Current literature estimates the error rate associated with the preparation and administration of all intravenous (IV) medications to be 9.4% to 97.7% worldwide. ...
OBJECTIVES: Current literature estimates the error rate associated with the preparation and administration of all intravenous (IV) me …
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