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Chapter 15. Intramuscular, Subcutaneous, and Intradermal InjectionsRenee Dietz, RN, Sandra M. Sanguino, MD, MPH
Topics Discussed: intradermal injection; intramuscular injection; pharmacology; subcutaneous injections.
Known bleeding disorder or thrombocytopenia.
Erythema or swelling at the injection site.
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