Presentation on theme: "Veterinary Science Veterinary Science Filling Syringes & Routes of Administration Original by Tim Savelle, Ag Teacher Morgan County High School Modified."— Presentation transcript:
Veterinary Science Veterinary Science Filling Syringes & Routes of Administration Original by Tim Savelle, Ag Teacher Morgan County High School Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office February 2006 AG-APM-01.432 Animal Health & Vaccination March 6, 2012 Irwin County High School J. Varnedore
Put only a clean needle in a bottle (aseptic) Pull plunger all the way out Turn bottle upside down Inject air into the bottle (prevents “suction pull”) Draw liquid 1cc past the mark slowly Remove needle from bottle “Thump” air bubbles to top of syringe (no floaters) Eject air Filling a Syringe
Bevel up Barrel against skin Pull skin up if possible Insert needle to hub Inject slowly to minimize tissue damage Subcutaneous Injections (SQ)
Push in quickly Aspirate – make sure you didn’t hit a vein Inject quickly Make sure plunger is all the way down before removing needle Intramuscular Injections (IM)
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