I think like any procedures including IV’s can be,there are risks and benefits to them.

For instance, every time you go to the skin, there’s a small chance of bleeding or infection.

It doesn’t mean that the patient who is having an IV placed on their hand is at a higher risk for bleeding or have any infection, but those are risks that needed to be discussed.

So, more so than the risk of the injections themselves which are typically very safe, it’s important to have a discussion with the patient about the risks and the benefits so that when they walk into the procedure room they have full knowledge of what can go wrong, but also the benefits that they should expect.

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