*Some intravenous anesthetic agents can be extremely irritant if administered extra-vascularly, eg thiopental Thiopental , guaiphenesin Guaifenesin .
Administration of IV fluids Anesthesia: intravenous (IV)
Administration of IV drugs/agents
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Anesthesia: general - overview
Anesthesia: intravenous (IV)
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Therapeutics: anti-inflammatory drugs
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