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VTA 160

syringe, needles and injections

name four parts of the syringe needle, hub, barrel and plunger
what type of syringe tips have we learned slip and luer lock
what does ml stand for a volume not a dosage
how are most syringes labeled in ml or cc
how are insulin syringes measured in units
what is SQ subcutaneous
what is IM intramuscular
what is IV intravenous
what is ID intradermal
what is IP intraperitoneal
what is IC intracardiac
what is IT intratracheal
what is IO intraosseus
what is IN intranasal
at what angle do you give a intramuscular injection at 90
at what angle do you give a subcutaneous injection at 45
at what angle do you give an intradermal injection at 15
how are bulk fluids usually given sub Q
what gauge needle do you most commonly use sub Q 18-16 gauge
where do you want to give an intramuscular injection at quadriceps / semitendinosus, triceps, epaxial, neck
what would you usually give a intradermal injection for local anesthia, allergy testing
how should anything caustic be given by IV
define parentreal an injection given but is not absorbed by the GI tract
what is phlebitis inflammation of a vein
why should you change the needle after you have drawn up the drug to prevent trauma
what purpose are ID injections usually given skin allergy testing and local anesthia
what common purposes are SQ injections usually administered for large amounts of liquids, medications and some vaccines
what 2 drugs should not be added to SQ fluids dextrose and potassium chloride
how long does it take for small volumes injected SQ to absorb 20-30 min
what kind of drugs may be administrated IM but not SQ or IV medications that are poorly soluable and mildly irritating
what must be avoided in hind limb injections sciatic nerve
when are IO injections usually given in pediatrics when an IV can not be placed
what should you protect an animals eyes with when bathing a drop or mineral oil or some lubricant
what are the problems that can occur from an overgrown toe nail splitting, lameness ingrown toe nail
what must be done before applying cleaning solution to the ears visual exam with otoscope
what can result if the tympanic membrane is not intact and cleaner is applied loss of hearing, temporary loss of vestibular function, facial nerve paralysis
how must oral medications be administered if the oral cavity is damaged via nasogastric or gastrostomy tube
how should you administer liquid medications to avoid aspiration give in small amounts
what products are added to enemas saline, mild soap
what are the supplies needed to give an enema gloves, syringe, lube, water, tube/hose, bucket, stool softener
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