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IM Injections

  • 30 US dollars

Service Description

Intramuscular (IM) injections are a common medical procedure in which medication is administered directly into a patient's muscle tissue. This route of administration is used for various purposes, including delivering vaccines, antibiotics, steroids, and other medications. IM injections are typically administered using a hypodermic needle, which penetrates the skin and subcutaneous tissue to reach the underlying muscle. The muscle tissue allows for the relatively rapid absorption and distribution of the medication into the bloodstream, making IM injections a suitable method for drugs that need to be absorbed quickly or those that may irritate the subcutaneous tissue. The choice of the specific muscle and injection technique depends on the patient's age, the medication being administered, and the intended therapeutic effect.


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