Nursing educational games - test your knowledge in a fun format! It's amazing what you remember, and what you have forgotten!

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Needle Angles: Standard medication doses for adults are to be rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1) of a milliliter. The standard 3-mL syringe is calibrated in tenths of a milliliter. The nurse should not administer more than 3 mL per intramuscular or subcutaneous injection site; when a volume greater than 3 mL is required, a 5-mL syringe, calibrated in fifths, may be used.

Needle Angles: Standard medication doses for adults are to be rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1) of a milliliter. The standard 3-mL syringe is calibrated in tenths of a milliliter. The nurse should not administer more than 3 mL per intramuscular or subcutaneous injection site; when a volume greater than 3 mL is required, a 5-mL syringe, calibrated in fifths, may be used.

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Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).

Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).

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