Intradermal Injection I B Sc Nursing 1st Year I Foundations of Nursing I

Intradermal Injection I B Sc Nursing 1st Year I Foundations of Nursing I By Sana Madam
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Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is a grass root level working NGO from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. India registered as an NGO under Section 8 of Indian Company Act, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.

One of the main objectives of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is to uplift the standard of Nursing by conducting seminars, workshops, Awareness campaigns and taking online classes.

Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is having 12A and 80G of from Income Tax Department and also registered with NITI Aayog, Govt of India.

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Intradermal injection is a common nursing technique used to administer medication or vaccines. This technique involves injecting a small amount of medication or vaccine into the top layer of skin, known as the dermis. The procedure is commonly used for allergy testing, tuberculosis testing, and administering certain types of vaccines, such as the flu vaccine.

The dermis is a highly vascularized area of the skin, which means that medications or vaccines injected intradermally are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. In addition, the dermis is relatively painless and has a low risk of infection, making it an ideal location for injections.

To perform an intradermal injection, the nurse must first clean the injection site with an antiseptic solution. The injection is then administered using a small needle at a 5 to 15-degree angle, with the needle almost parallel to the skin. The medication or vaccine is injected slowly to minimize discomfort and ensure accurate dosing.

After the injection, the nurse will monitor the patient for any adverse reactions or side effects. Patients may experience some mild redness or swelling at the injection site, but this typically resolves within a few hours.

Intradermal injection is a valuable nursing technique that allows for accurate dosage and rapid absorption of medication or vaccines. Nurses must be trained in proper injection technique and follow strict protocols to ensure patient safety and minimize the risk of infection or adverse reactions.


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