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Mixing drugs with intravenous infusions


In hospital drugs are often given in intravenous infusions, and some of the problems involved are insufficiently recognised. A drug may be unstable in solution in the infusion fluid and lose activity rapidly, or it may be incompatible with the infusion fluid or with another drug added to it.

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