FPG: fasting plasma glucose; Fins: fasting serum insulin; TC: total cholesterol; TG: triglycerides; LDL-c: low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; HDL-c: high-density lipoprotein cholesterol; PEDF: pigment epithelium- derived factor; GIR: glucose infusion rate
; NC: normal control; HF: high fat; MET: metformin.
Intravenously administered fosphenytoin causes less pain and phlebitis than IV phenytoin and can be infused at 150 mg PE/min, which is three times faster than the maximum infusion rate
We used propofol at a constant infusion rate
(300 mL/h) and used syringe drop technique to titrate the end point of anaesthesia, which has been suggested as being more accurate in defining anaesthetic end point.
In our study, BIS-guided infusion rate
of dexmedetomidine and propofol to maintain desired level of sedation decreased the dose of sedative, frequent dose adjustment and drug-related side effects.
Recent studies have shown that regional citrate anticoagulation (RCA) is superior to regional heparin/protamine anticoagulant for the prolongation of circuit life during CRRT and is associated with fewer adverse events.[sup],,, Actually, the rate of calcium infusion into the systemic circulation differs depending on the parameters of CRRT or other factors in different studies.[sup],, Therefore, it is unclear that which factors affect the calcium infusion rate
during CRRT with RCA.
Dosages and infusion rates
vary because local anesthetics and opioids may be combined for maximum effectiveness (Chawla, 2013; Graber, 2013; Yarnell, 2013).
The low infusion rates
required can also mitigate risks of fluid overload by minimising daily volume administration.
[ISO.sub.VAP] concentrations obtained throughout the experimental period (from baseline to the highest infusion rate
of DBT) were averaged and compared among treatments by use of Kruskal-Wallis followed by Dunn' test for multiple comparisons.
However, her institution has "considerably backed off using continuous infusion rate
" and now relies more on patient-controlled bolusing, resulting in a lower manual re-bolus rate.
Postoperative orders included IV fluids of '1000 cc D5W [dextrose 5% in water]--600 cc q8h.' An experienced pharmacist accidentally calculated the infusion rate
incorrectly and entered 200 mL/hour instead of 75 mL/hour on the child's electronic medication administration record (eMAR)...
Whole blood glucose levels, either obtained from an arterial line or a capillary, were monitored every 1 to 4 hours, and the insulin infusion rate
was adjusted and maintained by intensive care nurses according to a strict glycemic algorithm.
Patients were started at a steady infusion rate
of 5 mL/min, corresponding to 0.01 U/min of vasopressin or 5 mcg/min of norepinephrine.