When you require medicine, you typically pop a pill into your mouth, drink some water, and go about your business. However, your doctor may need to inject drugs or fluids directly into one of your veins at other times.
You'll probably get a standard intravenous tube if you only need it for a few days, such as when you're recovering from surgery (IV). It's roughly an inch long and thin. It finds its way into your arm or hand. If you require care for a longer period of time, you may require a central venous catheter. A central line is another name for it.
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