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How to Give Yourself a Subcutaneous Injection. Gather your supplies. Place your supplies on a clean, flat surface (such as a table or countertop). You’ll need: Check the prefilled syringe. Get the injection site ready.
Give yourself the injection. How to Give Yourself the Injection. If your medication is stored in the refrigerator, you’ll want to take it out about a half hour before you inject. You want the medication to be at room temperature when you give yourself the injection. Gather everything you need before you start on a clean, flat surface.
How do I give a subcutaneous injection? Open the alcohol wipe: Wipe the area where you plan to give the injection. Let the area dry. Do not touch this area until you give the injection.
Prepare the needle: Hold the syringe with your writing hand and pull the cover off with your other hand. Place the. How To Give The Injection First, you need to clean your hands.
Use soap and warm water and clean between the fingers, backs of the hands, wrists, fingernails and under the fingernails for at least 20 seconds. Dry your hands with a clean towel or paper towel. Giving a Subcutaneous Injection 1 Ready the syringe in your dominant hand. Hold the syringe in your hand as though you are holding a pencil or a dart. subcutaneous. (SQ) injection.
This type of injection delivers the medicine into the fatty layer of tissue just under the skin. Here are the steps to follow to give yourself an SQ injection: Step 1: G. ather the supplies you will need (syringe that contains medicine, and alcohol wipe). Step 2: W. 1. Mixthecontentofthevialifrequired.
2. Cleantherubberstopperofvial withanalcoholswab. 3. Unwraptheneedle andsyringeand jointhemtogether tightly 4. Putairintothesyringeby pullingdownontheplunger ofthesyringetotheamount ofmedicationtobetaken. 5. Give yourself the injection 1. Take the syringe out of its package.
If you’re injecting Lovenox, check to make sure there’s an air bubble in the syringe. If you don’t see one, set the syringe to the side and use a different one. Contact your healthcare provider or pharmacist after you give yourself the injection to tell them. Landmarks for Subcutaneous Injections of HCG & B12 Abdomen: Avoid the belly button area.
Concentrate on the area below the waist, two inches to the side from the navel, just above the hip bone. B) Setting up for your self-injection 1. If your medication is stored in the refrigerator, take a dose out 20 to 30 minutes before your injection so it can warm to room temperature. Try to give yourself an injection at the same time each day.
2. Find a comfortable, clean and well-lit working area. Try.
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