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Dressing
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Dressing

The medical dressing is a process performed in intervals to sterilize a wound. It may vary depending on the condition. Severe wounds are applied dressing by health personnel. People can apply dressings themselves for mild wounds. The medical dressing is a process performed in intervals to sterilize a wound. It may vary depending on the...

Examination
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Examination

The medical examination is the examination of the person who has a health-related complaint, who is sick, or whose health status needs to be documented in terms of health.

IM Injection
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IM Injection

What is an intramuscular injection? Intramuscular (IM) injection is the process of injecting drugs into the muscle layer. Since the muscle layer is rich in blood vessels, the spread is faster than the subcutaneous injection method. It can be preferred for the drug should be taken effect very quickly, when the patient cannot take the...

IV Injection
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IV Injection

What is an intravenous injection? Intravenous means “within a vein.” Generally, it refers to giving medicines or fluids through a needle or tube inserted into a vein. This method allows the medicine or fluid to enter the bloodstream right away. Also, some of the drugs for treatment that need to be administered intravenously are often...

Subcutaneous Injection
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Subcutaneous Injection

Subcutaneous injection is also known as a subdermal injection. In the application, the drug is administered into the loose connective tissue area just below the dermis layer. It is possible to inject drugs that require regular and slow absorption in this way. Age, growth and muscle size are taken into account by the physician for...

Burn Dressing
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Burn Dressing

Dressing in a burn wound has three purposes: Absorption of drainage (absorption of oedema fluid), reduction of pain, isolation and protection of the wound from the environment. When considering the choice of dressing for a burn injury, it is important to think of the size and depth of the burn, and also the aim of...

Vascular access (peripheral venous)
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Vascular access (peripheral venous)

The peripheral venous catheter is a catheter used for short-term intravenous drug therapy by using the veins of the forearm and back of the hand. More than 80% of hospitalized patients receive intravenous (IV) treatment. Vascular access is the process of inserting a catheter into the vein to create a direct access route between the...

Abscess Drainage
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Abscess Drainage

What is Abscess Drainage? Abscess Drainage is the treatment performed by placing an external catheter into the abscess without the need for surgical operation. It is possible to apply aspiration-irrigation or catheter drainage for kidney cysts, abscesses formed in the abdomen and pleura. Usually, inflammations in the body are treated with antibiotics. For the treatment...

Intravenous Infusion
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Intravenous Infusion

What is an intravenous drug infusion? Intravenous infusion means the intravenous administration of large amounts of drugs or solutions through the vein. Intravenous infusion of the drug in the anaesthesia process allows the administration of all anaesthetic drugs, muscle relaxants and various drugs that can be applied intravenously. Since anaesthetics and other intravenously applied drugs...

IM Injection
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IM Injection

What is an intramuscular injection? Intramuscular (IM) injection is the process of injecting drugs into the muscle layer. Since the muscle layer is rich in blood vessels, the spread is faster than the subcutaneous injection method. It can be preferred for the drug should be taken effect very quickly, when the patient cannot take the...