Intramuscular Injections

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Intramuscular injections are a common method of parenteral medication. Their administration involves injecting a substance into a muscle, allowing rapid absorption of medication into the circulatory system and bypassing first-pass metabolism.

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  • Intramuscular injections are injected directly into the muscle. This enables rapid absorption into the circulatory system, bypassing first-pass metabolism. The treatment is therefore absorbed more quickly due to the vascularity of the larger muscles.

  • Most adults will require a 1- to 1.5-inch (25–38 mm) needle to administer intramuscular injections.

  • To make an intramuscular treatment less painful, we recommend applying an ice pack to the injection site about 15 minutes before you plan to administer the injection. Numbing the skin with a cream such as the EMLA Numbing Cream will also help to temporarily reduce pain.

  • Intramuscular injections are absorbed faster than subcutaneous injections given that muscle tissue has a greater blood supply than subcutaneous tissue and can hold a larger volume of medication.