Definition of Intramuscular injection
1. Noun. An injection into a muscle.
Medical Definition of Intramuscular injection
Lexicographical Neighbors of Intramuscular Injection
Literary usage of Intramuscular injection
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1922)
"A folder recently issued by a pharmaceutical concern, purporting to describe a satisfactory technic for the intramuscular injection of one of its ..."
2. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1916)
"The failure to obtain a blood pressure effect from an intramuscular injection of adrenalin under the conditions mentioned is, however, not absolute. ..."
3. The Practice of pediatrics by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1918)
"BLOOD TRANSFUSION AND intramuscular injection Blood transfusion* has been practised in some form since the discovery by Harvey of the circulation; ..."
4. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technic: A Manual of Practical Procedures by Albert Sidney Morrow (1915)
"... THE ADMINISTRATION OF DIPHTHERIA ANTITOXIN, VACCINATION THE HYPODERMIC AND intramuscular injection OF DRUGS Drugs may be administered by injection into ..."
5. The Journal of Infectious Diseases by Infectious Diseases Society of America, John Rockefeller McCormick Memorial Fund, John McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases (1914)
"Inoculated with 0.05 mg. human bacilli, and, on the 14th day. treatment was begun by intramuscular injection of a 1 percent copper sulphate solution as ..."
6. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"After intramuscular injection, the excretion is much slower (Greven, 1910; Fischer and Hoppe, 1910; Irokawa, 1914), but varies with the absorption. ..."
7. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1921)
"... low level following intramuscular injection. If, however, intravenous injection was made, the output was frequently much higher and often almost normal. ..."