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Faculty OnLine Lab – Parenteral MedicationsDemonstration 1: IM injection – withdrawing medication from a vialClient:Mrs. Foss, age 35, weighs 77 kg and is 156 cm (5’1”) tall. NKDA (noknown drug allergies)Diagnosis: Periorbital cellulitisOrder:Ceftriaxone, 1.25g, IM, q12hMedication Label:CeftriaxoneFor IV or IM Use2 gExpires 01/01/22 4 mL1. What volume of ceftriaxone will we need to withdraw from the vial foradministration?
2. What size syringe should we choose?
3.What type of needle should we use to withdraw the medication?
4. Which site(s) could we choose?Why?
5. What is the usual maximum volume recommended for each IM site?

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Pharmaceutical drug, Hypodermic needle, Syringe, Route of administration, injection

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