How Is Anemia Diagnosed?:Procedure For Treating Anaemia

How Is Anemia Diagnosed?:Procedure For Treating Anaemia

How Is Anemia Diagnosed? It can be diagnosed By using the tallquist method of estimation of haemoglobin. Sometime in ante-natal clinic or in mass screening of anaemia a nurse is required to do this test and help the doctor to approxi­mately detect the cause of anaemia (Bloodlessness). Equipment and Supplies Required Sterile hagedorn needle or … Read more

What Is Blood Transfusion:How Blood Transfusion Procedure Is Done

What Is Blood Transfusion:How Blood Transfusion Procedure Is Done

What is Blood transfusion:It means an introduction of one person’s blood (Donor’s Blood) into vein of another person. (Recipient). As blood is a vital body fluid circulating rapidly from one part of body to other, great nursing care is taken during transfusion of blood to avoid unwanted spreading of disease and toxins. Purpose of Blood … Read more

What Are Some Types of Injections:How To Give Injection

What Are Some Types of Injections:How To Give Injection

Different Types of Injections are being explained in this article.There is difference between intradermal injection and hypo dermal or subcutaneous injection. Intra-dermal means into the dermis(skin). Hypo dermal or subcutaneous means below dermis (skin). Hypo or sub means below or under. Usually intra-dermal injections are given for diagnostic purpose by testing the reaction on the … Read more

How To Give Intravenous Injection:Guide About Intravenous Injection

How To Give Intravenous Injection:Guide About Intravenous Injection

Intravenous injection when given for small quantity (1 cc to 50 cc) it is given through vein directly, through syringes. When larger quantity is required to be injected like glucose or normal saline it is called intravenous infusion. When very quick action is required like cardiac stimulants, respiratory stimulants, anti-spasmodics, methergine etc When the drug … Read more