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Why i.V. Injection of vancomycin is given slowly?

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Dr. Harold Fields
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In brief: IV vancomycin

It is given slowly to give less discomfort, to give less injury to the vessel wall and thus prevent the antibiotic from going into the tissues and causing damage.

In brief: IV vancomycin

It is given slowly to give less discomfort, to give less injury to the vessel wall and thus prevent the antibiotic from going into the tissues and causing damage.
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