intramuscular injection


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to intramuscular injection

an injection into a muscle

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Nicolau syndrome (livedoid dermatitis, embolia cutis medicamentosa) is a rare complication of intramuscular injection that usually presents with pain at the injection site, hyperemia, skin discoloration, redness, abscess formation, and local ischemic necrosis involving the skin and adipose tissue.
It was first described in 1925 by Nicolau following intramuscular injection of bismuth salt, but it also has been reported after intramuscular or subcutaneous injection of numerous drugs.
A comparison of intramuscular injection explanations in nursing fundamental texts.
There are a number of different sites for intramuscular injection but regardless of the product injected, they all cause permanent damage by reducing tenderness in the area surrounding the injection site.
A sizeable percentage of test subjects didn't know the correct sites of intramuscular injection as shown in table no 3.
Objective--To determine the pharmacokinetic properties of one intramuscular injection of ceftiofur crystalline-free acid (CCFA) in American black ducks (Arias rubripes).
According to current recommendations from the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the American Academy of Pediatrics, the deltoid muscle in the arm is the preferred site for intramuscular injections in children older than age 1 year, but those recommendations were based on data from 18-month-old children, and reflected an increased likelihood of discomfort and difficulty with movement of the extremity when thigh injections were used.
A search of the literature on intramuscular injection techniques demonstrates that aspiration is routinely recommended.
Comparison of the pain severity, drug leakage and ecchymosis rates caused by the application on tramadol intramuscular injection in Z-track and Air-lock techniques
Wall, MD, of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, "Our data suggest that the national recommendations for needle length for intramuscular injection in the shoulder will overpenetrate the muscle layer and strike the bone or periosteum (the layer that covers the bone) in 11%, 55% and 61% of patients who receive 5/8-, 7/8,- or 1-inch needles.
Research showed that sMTS outperformed intramuscular injection as the optimal platform for the delivery of vaccines, alone or with 3M vaccine adjuvants that are compatible with intradermal delivery.
Our data suggest that the [national] recommendations for needle length for intramuscular injection in the shoulder will overpenetrate the muscle layer and strike bone or periosteum in 11%, 55%, and 61% of patients who receive 5/8-, 7/8-, or 1-inch needles," wrote William C.
Jay Schlossberg who instructed his nurse to give Allen an intramuscular injection of a steroid, Depomedrol.