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be a decent human being

Aug 28 '14

(Source: biggirliscute)

Aug 28 '14
animal40:

contemporary art 

animal40:

contemporary art 

Aug 28 '14
"Pussy put his ass to sleep, now he callin’ me NyQuil"
William Shakespeare (via whitegirlgrant)
Aug 28 '14

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

Aug 28 '14
Aug 28 '14
harrystylesdildo:

Look at the dates….

harrystylesdildo:

Look at the dates….

Aug 28 '14

shelbysbutt:

shelbysbutt:

I like somebody shhhhhh

I think a lot shut up i kno don’t look at me like that

Aug 28 '14

(Source: masayori)

Aug 28 '14
Aug 25 '14
  • baby: m....m...m
  • mom: mama? ma? mommy?
  • baby: m...m...
  • baby: m..mY ANACONDA DONT
Aug 25 '14

it scares me that you never know what someone is thinking or feeling towards you and everything that they say could be one massive lie

(Source: wh1rring)

Aug 25 '14
cyberho:

it’s like looking in a mirror 

cyberho:

it’s like looking in a mirror 

Aug 25 '14

(Source: pupiarty)

Aug 19 '14
nurse-with-a-smile:

Intradermal:
This route is usually used for tuberculin testing or checking for medication/allergy sensitivities
It may be used for some cancer immunotherapy
Use small amounts of solution [0.01-0.1 mL] in a tuberculin syringe with a fine-gauge needle [26 to 27] in lightly pigmented, thin skinned, hairless sites [inner surface of mid-forearm or scapular area of back] at a 10-15 degree angle.
Subcutaneous:
This route is appropriate for small doses of nonirritating, water-soluble medications and is commonly used for insulin and heparin.
Use a 3/8- to 5/8-inch, 25- to 27-gauge needle, or an insulin syringe of 28- to 31- gauge. 
Inject no more than 1.5 mL solution. 
For an average size client, pinch up skin and inject at 45-90 degree angle. For an obese client, use a 90 degree angle.
Sites are selected for adequate fat-pad size [abdomen, upper hips, lateral upper arms, thighs]
Intramuscular:
This route is appropriate for irritating medications, solutions in oils, and aqueous suspensions.
Most common sites include ventrogluteal, dorsogluteal, deltoid, and vast us lateralis [pediatric]
Use needle size 18 to 27 [usually 22- to 25-gauge], 1 to 1.5 inches long, and inject at a 90 degree angle.
Volume injected is usually 1-3 mL.
If > 3 mL is required, divide into two syringes and use two sites.

nurse-with-a-smile:

Intradermal:

  • This route is usually used for tuberculin testing or checking for medication/allergy sensitivities
  • It may be used for some cancer immunotherapy
  • Use small amounts of solution [0.01-0.1 mL] in a tuberculin syringe with a fine-gauge needle [26 to 27] in lightly pigmented, thin skinned, hairless sites [inner surface of mid-forearm or scapular area of back] at a 10-15 degree angle.

Subcutaneous:

  • This route is appropriate for small doses of nonirritating, water-soluble medications and is commonly used for insulin and heparin.
  • Use a 3/8- to 5/8-inch, 25- to 27-gauge needle, or an insulin syringe of 28- to 31- gauge. 
  • Inject no more than 1.5 mL solution. 
  • For an average size client, pinch up skin and inject at 45-90 degree angle. For an obese client, use a 90 degree angle.
  • Sites are selected for adequate fat-pad size [abdomen, upper hips, lateral upper arms, thighs]

Intramuscular:

  • This route is appropriate for irritating medications, solutions in oils, and aqueous suspensions.
  • Most common sites include ventrogluteal, dorsogluteal, deltoid, and vast us lateralis [pediatric]
  • Use needle size 18 to 27 [usually 22- to 25-gauge], 1 to 1.5 inches long, and inject at a 90 degree angle.
  • Volume injected is usually 1-3 mL.
  • If > 3 mL is required, divide into two syringes and use two sites.
Aug 19 '14
nursenightowl:

loveformedicine:

coffeemuggermd:

% of all WBC

I’m loving this.

So what maybe me remember this back in anatomy.

nursenightowl:

loveformedicine:

coffeemuggermd:

% of all WBC

I’m loving this.

So what maybe me remember this back in anatomy.