Reflection In Nursing
She explained that I had slightly inserted the injection too slowly and the skin was not pushed apart properly for the Z tracking. She said the patient would prefer to get it done as quickly as possible. She suggested that, I should practice the Z tracking in the way she showed to me and to try to insert the needle direct at (90 degrees) sharp to the outer quadrant. I learned a great deal from this first experience. I will apply this new experience in my future practice of this procedure. In the next level, I will describe my experience in the process of administering injection on Mrs. …show more content…
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