intravenously

[in-truh-vee-nuhs-lee]
adverb
through or within a vein. Abbreviation: IV

Origin:
1895–1900; intravenous + -ly

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intravenous (ˌɪntrəˈviːnəs)
 
adj
anatomy IV, Abbreviations (esp of an injection): i.v. within a vein: an intravenous injection
 
intra'venously
 
adv

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Example sentences
It contains a substance which if injected intravenously causes fall of
  blood-pressure.
Giving her dextrose intravenously had quickly reversed the situation.
It can harm the kidneys, and it must be given intravenously.
Indeed, in medical emergencies, coconut water has been used intravenously when
  conventional hydration fluids were not available.
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