Intramuscular injection

Most intramuscular injections are given by intragluteal method, i.e. through the gluteal muscles. Because of the high vascularization of muscle, it is an advantageous was of passing large amounts of fluid into the body circulation. To slow down absorption, intramuscular injection is avoided and subcutaneous injection preferred.
 

 

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