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It depends. Infusion is not necessarily required for 3 days, but depends on the specific condition and cannot be generalized. Firstly, if there are clear indications for infusion, such as high white blood cell, neutrophil, lymphocyte or mononuclear granulocyte counts in routine blood count and C-reactive protein, or high C-reactive protein index, infusion can be given in case of upper respiratory tract infection or respiratory disease caused by viral infection. If the body temperature is not high or if the temperature is consistently within 38℃, you can switch to oral medication after the symptoms improve after 1 day of infusion. Second, if there is a significant increase in blood count in routine blood tests and it is accompanied by severe hyperthermia or other organ and systemic diseases, such as abdominal pain or the presence of obvious cough, sputum and chest pain, infusion can usually be given for about 3 days. Thirdly, if there are clear pulmonary infections, urinary system infections and abdominal infections, infusion is usually required for more than 5-7 days.
The rate of intravenous infusion by a China IV stand, usually for adults, is usually around 40-60 drops per minute. Children and elderly people, due to incomplete organ development or reduced cardiopulmonary function, usually infuse at a slower rate. The clinical infusion speed is usually related to many factors such as the patient's age, weight, physical condition, and the nature of the drug. Patients with cardiopulmonary and renal diseases, or patients with a weaker constitution, should also have a slower infusion speed.
For drugs with more severe vascular irritation, or drugs that require continuous infusion in small doses, the infusion rate is generally slower. There are also drugs that require rapid infusion to achieve therapeutic effects, and the final infusion rate should be carried out according to the doctor's orders.
Usually the infusion of anti-inflammatory fluid by a IV stand can go down in about 3-7 days, but the exact time varies from person to person. Some people may take 7-10 days or even longer for the inflammation to go down, which needs to be judged according to the severity of the condition.
If there is inflammation in the body, you need to seek prompt medical examination to understand the severity of the inflammation. If the condition is mild and only a bacterial infection occurs without other complications, recovery can usually be faster by way of infusion, and the symptoms of the disease can be effectively relieved in 3-7 days. However, if the condition is more serious and complications arise after bacterial infection, such as the development of pneumonia and other lung infections, it may take 7-10 days for the infusion to reduce inflammation.
If the inflammation is caused by bacterial infection, it is generally recommended to first treat with antibiotic drugs such as cefazolin sodium and amoxicillin under the guidance of a doctor. If the infection is also complicated by a virus, it should also be treated with antiviral drugs, such as acyclovir and valacyclovir, under the guidance of a doctor. In mild cases, oral medication will be administered in a timely manner and the patient will gradually recover after a period of time. If the disease is more serious, then infusion therapy is recommended and is relatively more effective.
During the process of inflammation treatment, it is important to take good daily care and try not to go to crowded places frequently. It is also necessary to keep the air circulating in the room and pay attention to rest to help the condition recover.
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