那 如果是開 valium的時候需要稀釋才能push嗎 還是直接打 謝謝
- kevinLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Valium Injection is a useful adjunct in status epilepticus and severe recurrent convulsive seizures.
Valium is a useful premedication (the IM route is preferred) for relief of anxiety and tension in patients who are to undergo surgical procedures. Intravenously, prior to cardioversion for the relief of anxiety and tension and to diminish the patient’s recall of the procedure.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Dosage should be individualized for maximum beneficial effect. The usual recommended dose in adults ranges from 2 mg to 20 mg IM or IV, depending on the indication and its severity. In some conditions, eg, tetanus, larger doses may be required. In acute conditions the injection may be repeated within 1 hour although an interval of 3 to 4 hours is usually satisfactory. Lower doses (usually 2 mg to 5 mg) and slow increase in dosage should be used for elderly or debilitated patients and when other sedative drugs are administered.
For dosage in pediatric patients above the age of 30 days, see the specific indications below. When intravenous use is indicated, facilities for respiratory assistance should be readily available.
Intramuscular: Valium Injection should be injected deeply into the muscle.
Intravenous Use: The solution should be injected slowly, taking at least 1 minute for each 5 mg (1 mL) given. Do not use small veins, such as those on the dorsum of the hand or wrist. Extreme care should be taken to avoid intraarterial administration or extravasation.
Do not mix or dilute Valium with other solutions or drugs in syringe or infusion flask. If it is not feasible to administer Valium directly IV, it may be injected slowly through the infusion tubing as close as possible to the vein insertion.Source(s): The internet drug index
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- ?Lv 71 decade ago
還是問一下醫師比較保險Source(s): little nurse