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Time to turf the oral vitamins

IV absorption, or intravenous absorption, refers to the process of delivering substances directly into the bloodstream through a vein. This method bypasses the digestive system and allows for rapid and complete absorption of the treatment. Here are some reasons why IV absorption can be advantageous:

1. Immediate effect: IV administration provides a rapid onset of action since the substance is delivered directly into the bloodstream. 

2. Complete absorption: When a substance is administered intravenously, it enters the bloodstream directly and is not subject to the digestive processes that can alter its effectiveness or bioavailability. This ensures that the full dose reaches the target tissues or organs.

3. Precise control: IV administration allows for precise control over the amount and rate of infusion to ensure optimal therapeutic levels are achieved.

4. Higher bioavailability: IV absorption often results in higher bioavailability compared to other routes of administration. This means that a larger proportion of the administered substance reaches its intended target, leading to a more potent and effective response.

5. Some treatments may not be suitable for oral administration due to poor absorption, degradation in the digestive system, or first-pass metabolism. IV administration bypasses these limitations, making it a preferred route for certain therapies.

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