depends on their qualifications
some do some don't
ours doesn't she deals with the fainters even though she is qualified
most get nurses to come in from outside
The nurse applied disinfectant to the patient's arm before given him the injection.
IN ORDER TO give someone an injection, you must be a doctor, nurse practioner (R.N. with further education), an LPN (licenced practical nurse), or an R.N. (registered nurse). If you are a child or an adult with a particular need for injections (diabetes, cancer etc.) a nurse can instruct you how, and you can give them to yourself. ALSO, trained medical personnel, like an EMT in an ambulance can give injections and start I.V.'s.
A bleb appears at the injection site
A 90 degree angle is recommended but for obese patient the critical factor is for the Sc to be administered ti the fatty tissue and not the muscle of just under the epidermis.
You go to school and get a degree and go to nurse school
NASN School Nurse was created in 2001.
A homehealth nurse will still give the medication. She need to have an IV needle,saline solution, syringe , plaster and injection site adapter.
nurse anesthesia school definitely
Ask the doctor or nurse before having the injection.
In the United States Of America the yearly pay for a school nurse is: $47.491.
While the Nurse was comforting the patients the doctor gave them an injection.