More ideas from Janette

GLOWING GERM HANDS - we used a blacklight to illustrate how germs that we can't really "see" on our hands are still there and need to be washed away. Used a yellow highlighter to represent germs!

Hands, Search, Tips, Research, Searching, Counseling

Hands, Search, Tips, Research, Searching, Counseling

Needle Angles: Standard medication doses for adults are to be rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1) of a milliliter. The standard 3-mL syringe is calibrated in tenths of a milliliter. The nurse should not administer more than 3 mL per intramuscular or subcutaneous injection site; when a volume greater than 3 mL is required, a 5-mL syringe, calibrated in fifths, may be used.

Needle Angles: Standard medication doses for adults are to be rounded to the nearest tenth of a milliliter. The standard syringe is calibrated in tenths of a milliliter. The nurse should not administer more than 3 mL per intramuscular or subcut