By Steven E. Crow Manual of Clinical Procedures in Dogs, by Steven E. Crow, Sally O. Walshaw, Jennifer E. Boyle

By Steven E. Crow, Sally O. Walshaw, Jennifer E. Boyle

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While holding bottle and needle/ syringe in vertical position, tap on syringe to force any air bubbles in syringe to rise toward needle hub. 37 Rationale/Amplification 2. Washing hands between patients is important in controlling communicable diseases in a hospital. 3. Use of appropriate needle size will help to minimize trauma to the tissues. For intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intraperitoneal injections, use 22gauge needle for animals weighing up to 60 lb. and 20-gauge or 22gauge needle for dogs over 60 lb.

Figure 3-6 Inserting needle intradermally. INJECTION TECHNIQUES 47 Figure 3-7 Intradermal injection. Technical Action skin, using 2% chlorhexidine scrub and 70% alcohol (Chapter 16, p. 173–175). 12. Inject local anesthetic intradermally, repeating Nos. 6 to 8, p. 46. Rationale/Amplification 12. The volume of local anesthetic used will depend on the size and location of the lesion. , Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1995 Boothe DM, Tannert K: Surgical considerations for drug and fluid therapy in the pediatric patient.

Be used, firmly attach the needle to the syringe and move the syringe plunger back and forth several times to determine that it moves freely. 7. Usually the needle can be inserted through the skin and directly into the vein with one motion. Appearance of a few drops of blood in the needle hub or at the distal end of the Vacutainer needle is evidence of successful venipuncture. 8. , the lateral saphenous vein). 9. A needle inserted into the cephalic vein can be stabilized by holding the syringe or Vacutainer holder in place with the thumb and wrapping the fingers around the animal’s leg until collection is completed (Fig.

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