venous perfusion

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Venous perfusion refers to the movement of blood through the veins, which transport blood back to the heart from various organs and tissues throughout the body. Venous perfusion is essential for maintaining proper blood flow and oxygenation to the body’s cells and tissues. In the context of medical procedures, venous perfusion may refer to the delivery of medications or fluids into the bloodstream through a vein, such as through an intravenous (IV) line.