Nurse Giving Injection?

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Part of the job duties of a nurse is giving an injection to patients. An injection is when a nurse uses a syringe to insert liquid into the body of a patient. A nurse giving injections can include vaccines in children, flu shots, and antibiotics. A nurse learns how to give injections as part of their studies. They need to know whether injections are to go in the muscle of the patient. They also need to know how to select the injection site and where the proper site is.
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