Small Volume Parenteral
Small-volume parenteral solutions (SVPs) – a solution volume of 100 mL (as defined by USP) or less that is intended for intermittent intravenous administration (usually defined as an infusion time not lasting longer than 6-8 hours).
IV Push – Despite the often ambiguous nature of this term, it generally is considered administration of a final IV product that can be injected over 5 minutes or less. Best practice recommends that whenever possible the actual rate of IV push administration specific to a given drug be noted and that terms such as IV push (unspecified), IV bolus (unspecified), slow or fast/rapid IV push should be avoided.
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