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    Quantitative Article Sisson, H (2015) Aspirating during the intramuscular injection procedure: a systematic literature review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24, 2368–2375. The following identify how the researcher addressed the five areas of the selected journal article: •background or introduction: The aim of this study was to review current practice regarding aspirating during intramuscular (IM) injections and to propose guidance for future practice. The introduction discusses the fact that administration of injections is a basic “nursing activity”. The author also discusses the debate surrounding aspiration during IM injection and how it is ingrained in the nursing education process. What aspiration means is clearly stated in the introduction.…

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    Healthcare Problem The topic under discussion here is should healthcare professionals continue to aspirate during intramuscular (IM) injections. Administering injections is a basic nursing activity and can be a great source of anxiety for the individual on the receiving end. Can we change that or help to relieve the pain and anxiety by changing our practice? Aspirating during IM injection leads to increased duration of injection time. Does this lead to more pain and anxiety? And will we be able…

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    ordered time, document the reason for the delay. Also, if the client refuses the medication or if a condition prevents the medication from being given, document that as well. (773) 3. List factors that influence the selection of the syringe size and type, the needle length and gauge. Select the syringe according to the type of medication you are giving and the location the medicine is being delivered, for instance utilizing an insulin syringe to administer insulin. The length of the needle is…

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    are taking. It is important that patients bring all of their medications to their doctor’s appointment. Patients need to inform their doctor about their allergies and adverse reactions to medications. When a doctor writes a prescription for a medication make sure that you or the patient can read it. It is vital that the patient ask for information about their medicines in terms you can understand. If you have any questions about your medication label be sure to ask the doctor. Another important…

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    Georgia (Capital Punishment In Context, n.d.). During this case, The Court found that the death penalty in practice was cruel and unusual, especially in cases where discrimination against a defendant’s race, religion, wealth or social status is present. One recent example of the death penalty being cruel and unusual took place on April 23, 2014 in Arizona (Economist, 2014). Convicted double-murderer Joseph Wood suffered for two hours after a botched lethal injection. Though it may seem hard to…

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    What do you think of Capital Punishment? Capital punishment is the act of legally executing someone for a crime they have committed after a fair legal trial. It is in also called the death penalty. It is carried out by the state in various methods including lethal injection, electric chair, gas chamber and hanging. In most countries where it is still carried out, it is mostly carried out the punishment for murder. In other countries, however, it extends to culprits found guilty of treason,…

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    What do you think of when you hear “death sentence”? Probably someone being injected with lethal fluids and toxins with a sole purpose of immediate death. Another idea that might come to mind would be the classic electric chair. Somebody sitting there expressionless, waiting for the electric bolts to pulse through their body leading to a painful death. Maybe also a gas chamber, or hanging that was used in movies that take place many years ago. The main form of the death penalty used in today’s…

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    corrupted from the inside and for the people who ruins the lands living being live in. Everyone deserves to live in this world and see the joy behind it, kids do not deserve to go to school with fear that something bad might happen to them or to their family on their way, but yet they should feel safe. There are different ways to perform those punishments, the most used ones around the world are electric chair, death by poison injection, death by sword and hanging the person. Those types of ways…

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    The eight amendments basically say, that the federal government cannot give a person a really high bail or fines, and they cannot use cruel and unusual punishment. When an inmate is up for death row the process can be different, but most of them are the same. South Carolina; however, gives the inmate the choice of if they want to be injected or be electrocuted. If they choose the electric chair, everyone knows they will get electrocuted, but on the other hand, if the inmate decides that they…

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    out of the 7,482 death sentences or 1.6% of death sentences were exonerated. This study unveiled just how flawed our use of capital punishment is in the United States (Gross). Although Florida alone has seen more than a dozen wrongful capital punishment convictions overturned since 1976, the findings of this study shocked the nation (Goering). These inmates that have had their cases overturned are the lucky ones, in some cases inmates are proven innocent after they have been executed. For…

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