Chemotherapy infusion-additional IV pushes of the same medication

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What is a Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication?

A Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication is a medication delivery procedure where additional doses of the same medication are administered through an IV (intravenous) push directly into the bloodstream.

Why would I get a Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication?

A Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication may be used to increase the dosage of the same medication in order to better target cancer cells or provide relief from a wider array of cancer-related side effects.

What happens during a Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication?

During the procedure, a needle will be inserted into a vein and the medication will be transferred through the IV line. The amount of time required for the procedure will depend on the dosage and frequency that is determined to be medically necessary for the patient.

What to Expect after a Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication?

Immediately after the procedure, the patient may experience fatigue, nausea, or a feeling of general unwellness which should subside within a few hours. Some patients may experience more intense side effects such as body aches, headache, or dizziness which may lessen or resolve within a few days.

Conclusion

A Chemotherapy Infusion-Additional IV Pushes of the Same Medication may be administered in order to increase the dosage of the same medication to better target cancer cells or to provide relief from cancer-related side effects. During the procedure, additional doses of the same medication will be inserted directly into the bloodstream. Immediately after the procedure, the patient may experience fatigue, nausea, or a feeling of general unwellness. Some patients may experience more intense side effects which should subside within a few days.

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