Giving Medicine by Subcutaneous Injection
This six-page illustrated handout instructs people on how to give medicine by subcutaneous injection. It provides basic guidelines that can help people who are administering their own medicine, or who are giving it to someone else. The document contains step-by-step instructions with accompanying illustrations that show people how to prepare, inject the medicine, and clean up supplies. It includes check boxes where a provider can indicate where on the body the injection can be given.
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