*  Syringe
1844: Irish physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle and used it to make the first recorded subcutaneous injections, ... Insulin syringes are made specifically for self injections and have friendly features: shorter needles, as insulin injections ... after each injection, so they can make several or many injections on a filling. These are not used much in human medicine ... A dental syringe is a used by dentists for the injection of an anesthetic. It consists of a breech-loading syringe fitted with ...
*  Pen needles
Skin and subcutaneous adipose layer thickness in adults with diabetes at sites used for insulin injections: implications for ... A change in the angle could cause the needle to break or get stuck in the skin Change injection sites between injections. If ... The use of colored pen needles and assigning each color to different injection sites helps remembering to rotate the injection ... Some of the newest pen needle designs proactively address ease of use, injection flow, ergonomic handling, injection depth ...
*  Subcutaneous injection
The injection should be given under the skin, into the fat layer. Intramuscular injection Intravenous injection "subcutaneous ... Subcutaneous injections are inserted at 45 to 90 degree angles, depending on amount of subcutaneous tissue present and length ... Subcutaneous, as opposed to intravenous, injection of recreational drugs is referred to as "skin popping". Subcutaneous ... Play media A subcutaneous injection is administered as a bolus into the subcutis, the layer of skin directly below the dermis ...
*  Herbert Durham
Durham H. E., Br Med J. 1904 Feb 27;1(2252):480-2. On subcutaneous injections of adrenalin. Elliott TR, Durham H. E., J. ...
*  Thrombocytopenia
"Nplate (romiplostim) for subcutaneous injection". www.fda.gov. Retrieved 2015-05-02. Warkentin, Theodore E.; Greinacher, ...
*  Alström syndrome
... taken by an injection into the fat below the skin. Sometimes referred as subcutaneous injections. Some of these medications ...
*  Glatiramer acetate
It is administered by subcutaneous injection. A 2010 Cochrane review concluded that glatiramer acetate had partial efficacy in ... According to MediGuard, side effects may include a lump at the injection site (injection site reaction) in approximately 30% of ... Over time, a visible dent at the injection site can occur due to the local destruction of fat tissue, known as lipoatrophy, ... A reaction that involves flushing, shortness in breath, anxiety and rapid heartbeat has been reported soon after injection in ...
*  Adalimumab
... is administered by subcutaneous injection. For most indications, the maintenance treatment is an injection every ... Furthermore, adalimumab was safe and effective when given alone or in combination with MTX as a subcutaneous injection. 2002, ... plaque psoriasis in adults who have the condition in many areas of their body and who may benefit from taking injections or ...
*  Alirocumab
It is administered by subcutaneous injection. As of July 2015, it is not known whether alirocumab prevents early death from ... After subcutaneous administration of alirocumab, maximal suppression of free PCSK9 occurs within 4 to 8 hours and has an ... injection site reactions and bruising, flu-like symptoms, urinary tract infection, diarrhea, bronchitis and cough, and muscle ...
*  Mipomersen
"Kynamro (mipomersen sodium) Injection, Solution for Subcutaneous Injection. Full Prescribing Information" (PDF). Kastle ... After subcutaneous injection, mipomersen reaches highest blood levels after 3 to 4 hours. It accumulates in the liver,[citation ... is used to treat homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia and is administered by subcutaneous injection. There is a serious ... Kynamro is used to treat homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia and is administered by injection. It cannot be freely ...
*  IMP321
The drug is administered by subcutaneous injection. IMP321 has two intended clinical settings, 'low dose' (for example 250 µg) ... The study, which initiated in late 2005 saw patients administered ascending doses of IMP321 up to 30 mg per injection ... intra peritoneal and sub cutaneous). Prima announced in late May 2015 that it had filed a provisional patent application over ... as adjuvant to cancer vaccines and 'high dose' (such as 12 injections of 6 mg each) as first-line 'chemo-immunotherapy', that ...
*  Benznidazole
Product Information: ADLYXIN(TM) subcutaneous injection, lixisenatide subcutaneous injection. sanofi-aventis US LLC (per ...
*  History of catecholamine research
Dale's report of subcutaneous injections contradicts the concerned parties. Oliver: "During the winter of 1893-4, while ... Intravenous injection of pilocarpine to induce bronchospasm was followed by intravenous injection of the agonists. "Arrangement ... The surgeon Heinrich Braun in Leipzig showed that it prolonged the anesthesia at the injection site and simultaneously reduced ... So Professor Schafer makes the injection, expecting a triumphant demonstration of nothing, and finds himself standing ′like ...
*  Management of thalassemia
Deferoxamine is administered via intravenous, intramuscular, or subcutaneous injections. Oral administration is not possible as ... Ambruso, DR; Mahony, BS; Githens, JH; Rhoades, ED (1982). "Effect of subcutaneous deferoxamine and oral vitamin C on iron ... and so does not require intravenous or subcutaneous administration. With a terminal elimination half life of 8-16 hours, the ...
*  Anti-diabetic medication
Like insulin, it is administered by subcutaneous injection. The most frequent and severe adverse effect of pramlintide is ... Insulin is usually given subcutaneously, either by injections or by an insulin pump. Research of other routes of administration ...
*  History of leprosy
He had been using subcutaneous injections of creosote for tuberculosis. In 1894 he administered subcutaneous injection of ... Given by injection the drug caused fever and other local reactions. Despite these difficulties, a series of 170 patients were ... They were given by injection and orally, and were believed to cure some people, but results were often disputed. It was not ... Heiser and Mercado in 1913 administered the oil by injection to two patients, with the result that they were cured of the ...
*  Feline immunodeficiency virus
Reconstitution in sterile diluent produces a solution for subcutaneous injection. As with HIV, the development of an effective ...
*  Palytoxin
... is also very toxic after intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. No toxicity is found after intrarectal ... Palytoxin is most toxic after intravenous injection. The LD50 in mice is 0.045 µg/kg and in rats 0.089 µg/kg. In other mammals ... It was also found that palytoxin is very toxic after intraperitoneal injection. The LD50 in mice was less than 1 µg/kg. Because ...
*  House dust mite
Subcutaneous injections have better evidence than under the tongue dosing. Topical steroids as nasal spray or inhalation may be ...
*  Livedoid dermatitis
56 (968-969). Harde V; Schwarz T (2007). "Embolia cutis medicamentosa following subcutaneous injection of glatiramer acetate". ... the reaction has since also been reported following subcutaneous, intravenous, and intraarticular injections. Livedoid ... "Embolia cutis medicamentosa after subcutaneous injection of pegylated interferon-α". Hautarzt. ... The reaction is associated with a range of both injection sites and drugs. It was first reported by Freudenthal in 1924 ...
*  Tocilizumab
An alternative formulation for subcutaneous injection was approved in October 2013. Tocilizumab is used for the treatment of ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) FDA Approves Actemra (tocilizumab) Subcutaneous Injection for Giant Cell ... ISBN 3-85200-196-X. "Genentech Gains FDA Approval for New Subcutaneous Formulation of Actemra for use in Adult Patients Living ...
*  Romiplostim
... treatment is generally administered at weekly intervals via subcutaneous injection. Prior to injection, a complete ...
*  Ixekizumab
After subcutaneous injection, ixekizumab has a bioavailability of 54-90%. Highest blood plasma concentrations are reached after ... Other common side effects included injection site pain (13-17% versus 3%), oropharyngeal pain (1%) and nausea (1-2%). Up to ...
*  Apomorphine
A single subcutaneous injection lasts for up to 90 minutes. While apomorphine can be used in combination with L-DOPA, the ... Tompkins reported, after injection of 6.5mg ("one tenth of a grain"): In four minutes free emesis followed, rigidity gave way ... These succeeding injections should be quite small, 3 to 6 min. being sufficient. Doses of this size are rarely emetic. There is ... The craving may return, however, and then it is necessary to repeat the injection, it may be several times at intervals of a ...
*  Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator
Reconstitution in sterile diluent produces a solution for subcutaneous injection. LTCI, manufactured by T-Cyte Therapeutics, ... "Reduction in the incidence of wasting disease in neonatally thymectomized CBA-W mice by the injection of thymosin". ...
*  Childbirth
"Intracutaneous or subcutaneous sterile water injection compared with blinded controls for pain management in labour". Cochrane ... The injection of small amounts of sterile water into or just below the skin at several points on the back has been a method ...
*  Feline leukemia virus
Reconstitution in sterile diluent produces a solution for subcutaneous injection. Interferon-ω (omega) is sold in Europe at ... at the injection site. The development of sarcomas with the use of the old FeLV and other vaccines may be due to the ...