How do you pronounce Vesicants?

How do you pronounce Vesicants?

Phonetic spelling of vesicant

  1. vesi-can-t. Jennie Hermiston.
  2. vesi-cant.
  3. vesic-ant. Johnathan Schaden.

What do you mean by Vesicant?

: an agent (such as a chemical weapon) that induces blistering.

Is TPN a vesicant?

TPN can be categorized as a vesicant, which is a hyperosmolar, acidic, and polar solution with a high concentration of ionic substances4).

What is the difference between irritant and vesicant?

Vesicant: Medication that may causes severe and/or irreversible tissue injury and necrosis. Irritant: Medication that can cause local inflammatory reactions at the infusion site, which may include: burning, swelling, pain, inflammation, tightness, or phlebitis.

Which drugs are vesicants?

Vesicants: Drugs that can result in tissue necrosis or formation of blisters when accidentally infused into tissue surrounding a vein[14]. They include Actinomycin D, Dactinomycin, Daunorubicin, Doxorubicin, Epirubicin, Idarubicin, Mitomycin C, Vinblastine, Vindesine, Vincristine, and Vinorelbine.

Is propofol a vesicant drug?

It is well known that thiopental can act as a vesicant [7] and propofol can act as an irritant [8], [9], [10], [11]. However, few reports have shown the vesicant effects of propofol [12], [13], [14].

Is diazepam a vesicant?

In addition to those referred to in the table, there are many other types of drugs with potential, although lesser, vesicant effects, such as Diazepam, Propofol and Vasopressin. As you can see, many vesicant drugs are used regularly in any hospital.

What is a Fleme?

Definition of fleme archaic, chiefly Scottish. : to drive away : banish.

How do you pronounce tinnitus or tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a sound heard within the head or ears when no external sound is present. Many people pronounce it as tin-NYE-tus as if it is a condition such as laryngitis. However, it is actually pronounced TIN-ni-tus. No hard ‘I’ in the word at all and with the emphasis on the first syllable.

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