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What size needle is most appropriate when administeringmedications intravenously in the horse?
1.5inch 18 G needle
When drawing blood or administeringmedications intravenously the recommended location of the neck is?
Theproximal 1/3 of the neck
What medication should never be administeredintramuscularly in the horse?
Banamine
The most common site for blood draw andintravenous administration of medications is?
JugularVein
This muscle separates the jugular vein and thecarotid artery in horses.
Omohyoideus
The appropriate locations to administerintramuscular injections are the pectoral muscles, the triangle zone on theneck, the gluteals, and the semi-membranosis/semi-tendinosis muscles.

True

A rectal temperature of 101.0 F is considereda fever?

False

Procaine penicillin should never beadministered intramuscularly if blood is seen in the hub when drawing back onthe syringe following needle placement.

True

When administering intramusclar medications,when blood is seen in the needle hub when drawing back, what is the appropriateaction?
Removethe needle and replace with a new needle
Which is NOT an appropriately sized needle foruse in intramuscular injections in horses?



18 G


20 G


22 G


25 G

25 G