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What kind of patient should not be administered dalaudid injection?

What kind of patient should not be administered dalaudid injection?

Dilaudid: One whose previously addicted to narcotics, one with no pain or one who is allergic to the product. ...Read more

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When you get injections, which layer of skin are they usually administered?

When you get injections, which layer of skin are they usually administered?

Subcutaneous: Injections are usually subcutanous (in a skin layer) or intramuscular (in a muscle). ...Read more

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Can a pharmacist administer an intramuscular injection?

Can a pharmacist administer an intramuscular injection?

In India inject in: Almost anything. I had a friend, travel to india, had a sore butt, was referred to someone and the next thing he knew, this guy (who knows what credentials) was sucking some kind of pus or serum out of his butt through a bamboo straw. He felt better. Scary stuff. All bets are off in other countries. Then again, we spend more than twice the amount of any country and r one of the unhappiest of them. ...Read more

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Who is allowed to administer antipsychotic injections? does it have to be a nurse? also do these injections have to be done at a clinic?

Who is allowed to administer antipsychotic injections? does it have to be a nurse? also do these injections have to be done at a clinic?

Consent is needed: It depends on the situation. In all situations the injection of anti-psychotics must be done with physician supervision and appropriate consent. If treatment is court ordered the process is a bit more complicated and may vary somewhat from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. . Anti-psychotic medication administration can lead to irreversible side effects like tardive dyskinesias. ...Read more

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Can you explain why nebido injections must be administered slowly and if it is injected quickly, would this affect the efficiency of the treatment?

Can you explain why nebido injections must be administered slowly and if it is injected quickly, would this affect the efficiency of the treatment?

Nebido injections: Nebido which is testosterone is in ann oily base. It can cause pain at the injection site but it can also cause microemboli which can reach the lungs and cause pulmonary emboli. ...Read more

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I was curious as to a hypothetical situation of the side effects/symptoms of the succinylcholine chloride injection administered orally.

I was curious as to a hypothetical situation of the side effects/symptoms of the succinylcholine chloride injection administered orally.

Dangerous: This is a very potent drug that is given intravenously only. Using it orally there is some possibility of it being absorbed through your mucus membranes. It is really playing with danger to attempt oral administration. Death is one side effect. ...Read more

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What test do I need to take to see if I am vitamin B12 deficient as well as what kind of dr administers the injections? Where can I go? Need help!

What test do I need to take to see if I am vitamin B12 deficient as well as what kind of dr administers the injections? Where can I go? Need help!

Simple blood test: Any lab can administer this test. Injections are the least preferred method to get sufficient vitamin b12. Get it from food such as wild salmon, sea kelp, and other sea vegetables. Don't let someone stick you with a needle if you can avoid it. Just a way to make money for some doctors and other health care providers. ...Read more

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Can a pharmacist administer intramuscular injection in the buttocks in india?

In India inject in: Almost anything. I had a friend, travel to india, had a sore butt, was referred to someone and the next thing he knew, this guy (who knows what credentials) was sucking some kind of pus or serum out of his butt through a bamboo straw. He felt better. Scary stuff. All bets are off in other countries. Then again, we spend more than twice the amount of any country and r one of the unhappiest of them. ...Read more

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Is Abilify (aripiprazole) also administered as long-term injections in bipolar treatmen?

Is Abilify (aripiprazole) also administered as long-term injections in bipolar treatmen?

Yes: Abilify (aripiprazole) mantana is available in 300 and 400 mg vials for once monthly gluteal in action. Serum levels with these injections are similar to serum levels for individuals on 10 to 20 mg daily of Abilify (aripiprazole) oral. So far in my experience the injection appears to be well tolerated and effective. ...Read more

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Is it normal for oral surgeons to administer nitrous oxide in conjunction with local injections?

Is it normal for oral surgeons to administer nitrous oxide in conjunction with local injections?

Yes: Many oral surgeons administer nitrous oxide with local anesthesia for procedures. The nitrous oxide may help alleviate some of the anxiety associated with the procedure and make the injections as well as the actual surgery a more pleasant procedure. ...Read more

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Ovarian cancer injections recommended to help maintain remmison that can be administered at home?

Ovarian cancer injections recommended to help maintain remmison that can be administered at home?

A bit unusual: I need to know the name of the medicine which you are talking about. Then we can address your question.I am not aware of any such injection that can keep ovarian cancer in remission other than chemotherapy or Avastin (bevacizumab) (this medication is given IV and it is still not widely used). ...Read more

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Epidural injection. The meds came from the hosp pharm to doctor that administered it, who's duty to report if med recalled after? Hosp or doctor?

Epidural injection. The meds came from the hosp pharm to doctor that administered it, who's duty to report if med recalled after? Hosp or doctor?

If concerned, ask MD: If you are concerned, call the doctor; he can find out. The epidural compounded drugs that were recalled were more than a year ago. Nothing more recent has been reported. ...Read more

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Can diclofenac administered via a non-oral route (eg. By suppository or injection) still cause harm to the stomach? I've been wondering about this.

Can diclofenac administered via a non-oral route (eg. By suppository or injection) still cause harm to the stomach? I've been wondering about this.

Route is no matter: Yes, topical diclofenac has been associated with GI bleeding and renal diseases as the oral agent has been. This is especially true in those with renal dysfunction. Concern would be using topical and oral nsaids (nonsteroidal antiinflammatories like aspirin, motrin, naprosyn (naproxen) or diclofenac to name a few) along with the topical agent. ...Read more

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(1 I understand that IV normal saline can be given at the same time as IV antibiotics by slow drip. How can this be done at the same time?(2) Can ceftriaxone be administered by a much quicker means (bolus injection?)? How many mins would that take?

(1 I understand that IV normal saline can be given at the same time as IV antibiotics by slow drip. How can this be done at the same time?(2) Can ceftriaxone be administered by a much  quicker means (bolus  injection?)? How many mins would that take?

Two answers: Hi Frank, IV normal saline can be given safely with IV antibiotics. The antibiotic is given as a "piggyback" meaning that it drips in with the normal saline. This is typically done with an IV pump. You can give ceftriaxone as a bolus safely as well or as an intramuscular injection (depending on what you are treating). The IM injection is completely in a few seconds. ...Read more

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What types of hospitals administer anxiolytics and anti anxiety injections and oral medicines? I have frequent anxiety attacks. Help!

What types of hospitals administer anxiolytics and anti anxiety injections and oral medicines? I have frequent anxiety attacks. Help!

Hospitals: Any general hospital thru its emergency room would have a doctor on duty around the clock to evaluate & provide appropriate intervention, along with referral to specialist for followup. ...Read more

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I've had no period for a year thanks to lupron (leuprolide) injections i had administered for 6 months last year. Can i get pregnant currently?

I've had no period for a year thanks to lupron (leuprolide) injections i had administered for 6 months last year. Can i get pregnant currently?

Yes: If you're past the 12 weeks since your last injection, you can definitely get pregnant. If you don't want to be pregnant, make sure that you see doctor for birth control and wear condoms as well to prevent against std exposure. Good luck! ...Read more

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