What if a air bubble n the insulin syringe is to large?
- 8 Jan 2013 by RUTINA
- 8 January 2013
Easily rectified. Hold the syringe with the needle pointing to the ceilling. Flick the syringe a few times. The bubble should rise to the top, just push it out with the plunger.
If you inject the insulin with a bubble into your skin (insulin is used subcutaneously) it will not hurt you but you may not get a proper dose of insulin. Please follow kaismamas recommendations for removing the air bubble!
Follow Kasmama's instructions, she said exactly what I would have said!
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