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Intradermal injections are made into the

Dermal layer of skin.

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Complete the sentence
Small volumes, usually _____ml, is used for Intradermal injections

0.1

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What areas are commonly used for Intradermal injections?

The upper chest, scapular areas of back and inner forearms

3

A positive reaction to a diluted strength of suspects allergen is?

Significant

4

What is an anergic reaction?

No reaction to allergies

5

A positive reaction to an delayed hypersensitivity skin test require an induration of at least

5mm in diameter

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No more than how many ml can be injected into a subcutaneous site

2ml

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Drugs commonly injected into the subcutaneous site are

Heparin
Enoxaparin (Lovenox)
Insulin

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True or False
The usual amount injected into subcutaneous is normally 0.5 to 2ml

True

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Where is the vastus lateral is muscle located?

Anterior lateral thigh

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What are the landmarks for the vastus lateralis?

Between the greater trochanter and above the knee

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Where is the rectus femoris muscle

Lies just medial to the vastus lateralis muscle not crossing the midline of the anterior thigh

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Why is the dorso gluteal area not used for IM injections in children younger than 3?

The muscles are not developed from walking yet

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What position should someone be in for ventro gluteal injections?

Prone, supine, or side lying