Take it with meals.
Mix it with food.
Mix it with milk.
Administer it using a straw.
Oral iron supplement.
History of upper respiratory infections.
History of an anaphylactic reaction to streptomycin.
History of recent diarrheal episodes.
History of redness at the previous injection site.
Application of cold compress.
Application of hot compress.
Monitor for signs of fever.
Report to the clinic for a repeat injection on the other site.
Intramuscularly in the vastus lateralis muscle.
Intramuscularly in the deltoid muscle.
Subcutaneously in the gluteal area.
Subcutaneously in the outer aspect of the upper arm.
It is administered subcutaneously.
Children 13 years and older (With no history of chickenpox or have not previously vaccinated) need two doses given at least 28 days apart.
Give aspirin for any injection-related pain.
The most common mild side effects are pain
Apricot and baked potato skin.
Bread and butter.
Gelatin and Cauliflower.
Ginger ale and cereal.
Administer mucomyst P.O.
Gastric lavage with activated charcoal.
Gastric Lavage with activated charcoal and mucomyst.
Administer ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA).