About The Treatment
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As often as required.
An IV drip is a method of delivering fluids, medications, or nutrients directly into a vein through a tube and a needle.
You may need an IV drip if you are dehydrated, have an infection, need surgery, or have a condition that affects your blood or electrolytes.
The duration of an IV drip depends on the type and amount of fluid or medication you are receiving. It can range from a few minutes to several hours.
An IV drip is generally safe, but there are some possible complications, such as infection, bleeding, bruising, infiltration, phlebitis, or allergic reactions. You should inform your doctor or nurse if you experience any pain, swelling, redness, or itching at the site of the IV.