Is It Dangerous If The Blood In The IV Line Goes Back Into The Body?
want to ask … the blood flowing back from the body out into the IV tube and then back into our bodies. is it safe just safe for the body or like where ?? kmarin after experiencing this kind of event. 3 days later how come my muscles harden and pain when touched … until now 1 month ago the muscles are still hardened and painful …
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Blood coming out of the vein and entering the IV tube should not be pushed to be put back in the vein, if the blood has frozen. Because, frozen blood can become an embolism (clot) in the blood vessels. Emboli can clog the small blood vessels through which it travels. If the blockage in the blood vessels of the heart or brain can cause severe disorders until death.
Regarding your complaint, there are several conditions that can be the cause, namely:
1. Ruptured veins to form hematomas or blood clots.
2. Inflammation of the surrounding skin and tissue due to an old prick that is infected.
3. Excessive pressure on the muscles
Some things you can do to relieve symptoms, namely:
1. Compress the diseased area with ice, as often as possible.
2. Perform slow and gradual movements in each hand joint from the tip of the finger to the shoulder joint.
3. When resting, raise your hand higher than your heart by supporting your pillow.
If the complaint is getting annoying or swelling getting bigger or causing tingling or numbness or the hands become immovable, then consult a doctor immediately. So that further inspection and handling can be carried out.
Thus hopefully useful.