PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT - Accidental digital injection of adrenaline
Rebecca Hoskins Consultant nurse and senior lecturer, Emergency care at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and University of the West of England
Sally Moyle Emergency nurse practitioner and senior lecturer, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and University of the West of England
A 26-year-old nurse presented to the emergency department (ED) after an accidental injection of 0.3ml of 1:1,000 adrenaline into her thumb. She had been attempting to dispose of an auto-injector that had expired.
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