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An intramuscular injection is a technique used to deliver a medication deep into the muscles. This allows the medication to be absorbed quickly.
Toradol - used for the short-term treatment of moderate to severe pain. Reducing pain helps you recover more comfortably so that you can return to your daily activities. This medication is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
B12-gives you more energy and boosts your metabolism, helping you shed unwanted pounds. B12 also plays an important role in many functions in the body including: DNA synthesis, nerve cell health, red blood cell function and neurological function.
D3-Vitamin D is needed for building and keeping strong bones. Vitamin D3 is also used to treat or prevent certain problems that can happen with long term kidney dialysis, such as low levels of calcium or high levels of parathyroid hormone.
Once a week -60mg every 6 hours. Not to exceed 120mg/day.
60mg every 6 hours. Not to exceed 120mg. a day.
Intravenous injection (IV) is forcing a liquid directly into a vein or into a person’s bloodstream while Intramuscular injection (IM) is one made into the substance of a muscle.
The dosages for intravenous and intramuscular injections are usually similar, and generally lower than doses of comparable oral medications. However, the IV route takes the drug directly into the bloodstream which results in 100% bioavailability instantaneously while in the case of an IM route, drug is injected into muscle tissues, which holds the drug for a while and slowly releases into the bloodstream through the network bed of capillaries running across or surrounding the muscle tissue.
In this sense, the bioavailability may be somewhat less than 100% of drug due to dispersion from muscle through tissue fluid and into the blood.