clysis

[klahy-sis]

noun, plural cly·ses [klahy-sees] /ˈklaɪ sis/. Medicine/Medical.

the administration of an enema.
intravenous administration of any of a number of solutions to provide nutriment, replace lost body fluid or control blood pressure.

Origin of clysis

< New Latin < Greek klýsis flushing by an enema; see clyster, -sis
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clysis in Medicine

clysis

[klīsĭs]

n. pl. cly•ses (-sēz′)

An infusion of fluid, usually subcutaneously, for therapeutic purposes.
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