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IM : Intra muscular ( 90 degree angle ) IM : Intra muscular ( 90 degree angle )
SC: Subcutaneous ( 45 degree angle ) SC: Subcutaneous ( 45 degree angle )
IV : Intravenous ( 25 degree angle ) IV : Intravenous ( 25 degree angle )
ID: Intra-dermal (10-15 degree angle ) ID: Intra-dermal (10-15 degree angle )
IM Shots given passing skin, passing subcu, and penetrating deep muscle IM Shots given passing skin, passing subcu, and penetrating deep muscle
IM Shots - sites (Dorso-gluteal / Ventro-gluteal / Deltoid / Vastus Lateralis IM Shots - sites (Dorso-gluteal / Ventro-gluteal / Deltoid / Vastus Lateralis
Subcu shots : given --just below surface of skin in subcu tissue Subcu shots : given --just below surface of skin in subcu tissue
Subcu Shots : locations are chosen away from bones, joints, nerves, large blood vessels Subcu Shots : locations are chosen away from bones, joints, nerves, large blood vessels
Intra dermal shots : given in the dermal layer of skin ( Inner Forearms / Middle of back ) reason is because the skin is thin and very littel hair. Intra dermal shots : given in the dermal layer of skin ( Inner Forearms / Middle of back ) reason is because the skin is thin and very littel hair.
Type of syringes ( hypo dermic / Insulin / Tuberculin ) Type of syringes ( hypo dermic / Insulin / Tuberculin )
Hypo dermic syringes :: are used on ( IM & Subcu ) as well as Veni-puncture Hypo dermic syringes :: are used on ( IM & Subcu ) as well as Veni-puncture
Tuberculin syringes :: (ID), allergy shots Tuberculin syringes :: (ID), allergy shots
Insulin syringes :: ( U-100 ) 0.5 cc - 1 cc .....Lo-Dose insulin Insulin syringes :: ( U-100 ) 0.5 cc - 1 cc .....Lo-Dose insulin
( Barrel ) Parts of Syringes that holds medication ( Barrel ) Parts of Syringes that holds medication
( Plunger ) Part of Syringes that is designed for insertion in barrel , provides mechanism by which meds are drawn into or pushed out of barrel ( Plunger ) Part of Syringes that is designed for insertion in barrel , provides mechanism by which meds are drawn into or pushed out of barrel
( Flange ) Part of Barrel of syringe where the plunger is inserted. the flange forms a rim around the barrel, prevents syringe from rolling ( Flange ) Part of Barrel of syringe where the plunger is inserted. the flange forms a rim around the barrel, prevents syringe from rolling
( Tip ) part of the barrel of syringe, where needle is attached ( Tip ) part of the barrel of syringe, where needle is attached
reason for parenteral route selection ( rapid response, accuracy of dosage, a need to concetrate meds in a particlur part of body, unable to take orally reason for parenteral route selection ( rapid response, accuracy of dosage, a need to concetrate meds in a particlur part of body, unable to take orally
( Vial ) - small steril pre-filled glass bottles containing hypodermic solutions ( Vial ) - small steril pre-filled glass bottles containing hypodermic solutions
( Cartridge - Needle Unit ) - disposable sterile cartridge ( has pre-measured meds ) ( Cartridge - Needle Unit ) - disposable sterile cartridge ( has pre-measured meds )
( ampule ) small sterile pre-filled usually holding singlel-dose, that you may have to break ( ampule ) small sterile pre-filled usually holding singlel-dose, that you may have to break
Accidental stick from a needle ---HBV, syphilis, Rocky Mtn spotted fever, TB, Malaria, Varicella Zoster, Aids (blank)
Created by: TONYMILLER