Injections

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Parenterals Part 1
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Injections
1 subcutaneous
1.1 up to 2 ml ( ≤1 ml preferred)
1.2 23 - 27 gauge needle or smaller
1.3 upper arm, thigh and abdomen
1.4 not used for thick suspensions
1.5 Insulin
2 Intramuscular
2.1 0.5 to 2 ml, sometimes 4 ml
2.2 20 - 25 gauge needle
2.3 Gluteal, Deltoid, Vastus lateralis
2.4 Solutions, Emulsions, Oils or Suspensions
3 Intravenous
3.1 1 to 1000 ml
3.2 19 - 20 gauge needle
3.2.1 ≤ 5ml → 1ml/10sec > 5ml → 1ml/20sec
3.3 Aqueous solutions, Emulsions (o/w with controlled globule size
3.4 Venoclysis: IV infusion of large volume (100 to 1000 ml)
3.5 IV Admixture: Combination of parenteral dosage forms for admixture as a unit product
4 Intra-arterial
4.1 2 - 20 ml
4.2 20 - 22 gauge
4.3 Solutions, Emulsions
5 Intra-osseous
5.1 14 - 18 gauge
6 Intrathecal
6.1 1 - 4 ml
6.2 24 - 28 gauge
6.3 Headache and Vomiting if not isotonic
7 Intra-articular
7.1 2 - 20 ml
7.2 23 gauge
8 Intrapleural
8.1 2 - 30 ml
8.2 16 - 22 gauge
8.3 used for fluid withdrawal
9 Intracardial
9.1 0.2 - 1 ml
9.2 22 gauge
10 Intradermal
10.1 0.05 ml
10.2 25 - 26 gauge
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