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What type of syringe do you use for intradermal administration?

1mL Tuberculin

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What is the needle lengths for intradermal administration?

1/4"-1/2"

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What needle gauge do you use for intradermal administration?

25-27 gauge

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What is the volume to be injected in intradermal administration?

0.01-0.1 mL

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What is the angle of insertion for intradermal administration?

5-15 degrees

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Where sites of administration for ID?

-inner mid-forearm
-clavicular area of the chest or under clavicle
-scapular area of the back

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What type of syringe is used for subq administration?

1-3mL hypodermic OR U-100 insulin syringe

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What is the needle lengths for subq administration?

3/8"-1"

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What is the needle gauge for subq administration?

25-30

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What is the volume injected in subq administration?

0.5-1mL

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What is the angle of insertion for subq administration?

45-90 degrees

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Where are sites of administration for subq?

-abdomen
-anterior thighs or upper outer thighs
-upper buttocks
-upper back
-upper arms

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Do you aspirate subq injections?

NO!!

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What type of syringe do you use for IM injections?

3-5mL Hypodermic

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What is the needle length for IM injection of an adult or child?

5/8"-1 1/2"

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What is the needle gauge for IM injection for an adult?

18-25

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What is the needle gauge for IM injections for infants and small children?

25-27

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What's the volume injected in the deltoid and vastus lateralis for an IM injection?

0.5-2mL

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What's the volume injected in the ventrogluteal or dorsogluteal for an IM injection?

1-4mL

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What is the angle of insertion for an IM injection?

90 degrees

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Do you aspirate before injection an IM injection?

YES ALWAYS!