Intravenous (IV) antibiotics, also known as anti-infectives, are powerful medications delivered directly into your bloodstream to fight bacterial infections and certain types of infections caused by other microorganisms. When prescribed by a healthcare professional, IV antibiotics are typically administered in a hospital or clinic setting to ensure precise dosing and monitoring. This delivery method allows for quicker absorption and can be essential in cases of severe or systemic infections where oral antibiotics may not suffice. While IV antibiotics are effective, they can have side effects, and it’s crucial to follow your healthcare provider’s recommendations and complete the full course of treatment to prevent antibiotic resistance.
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