1. He couldn’t remember anything, thanks to the IV.
Some drugs are directly injected into veins by intravenous injection or infusion. It helps in medications dosing for heart attack, stroke, or poisoning. Many drugs cause pain due to their pH level. When it is injected into the vein, it becomes red and inflamed, termed as Phlebitis. It has two types, direct intravenous injection and intravenous infusion. In the first type, the drug volume is low and injected into an entry port such as cannula. Whereas the second type contains drugs in large volumes and connects to the patient’s vein. These two methods depend on drug concentration and the factors of patients like the accessibility of IV and parallel disease, for example, heart failure.
The infusion will be irregular. This injection is injected in peripheral and central veins. Peripheral includes hand and arm, in peripheral, this drug accumulated and block the path whereas central vein, is much more resistant to drugs. A Redditor GIMR shared his story saying: “I only had one surgery. I was sitting upon a counter or something, and they started giving me drugs via IV. I said, “I don’t feel tired…” and then I woke up in recovery with my whole bottom half numb with my mother sitting there. I told her I couldn’t feel my legs, and she said that already told her that they think they might’ve given me a little too much anesthesia.”