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Correct. The osmolarity and tonicity of the emulsion does not warrant concern about a perivascular reaction such as sloughing. Routine monitoring for phlebitis or cellulitis is all that is needed. You may consider applying warm compresses to the area to help minimize the risk of phlebitis, but this is not as critical as it would be for extravasation of an antineoplastic agent.
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