Jet Injectors = Jet Infectors
May 21, 2016
Incomplete injections can be evidenced by large drops of vaccine remaining on the skin surface. The Army Medical Department Handbook of Basic Nursing states, this is an example of either “faulty maintenance, faulty operation or faulty injection technique.”
(Army Medical Department Handbook of Basic Nursing, 1970)
This photograph shows vaccine running down a soldier’s arm from the wheal of a jet injection. Herein is photographic evidence that jet injectors were not administered properly.
- (Army Medical Department Handbook of Basic Nursing, 1970) Army Medical Department Handbook of Basic Nursing. Jet Hypodermic Injection Apparatus, Automatic. Department of the Army. November 1970. pp. 395-398.
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