Injection

Syringe for injections.

An injection, also called a "shot" or "jab", is a method of putting liquid into the body with a hollow needle and a syringe which is pierced through the skin. It is a common method to administer liquid medication or nutrients to a patient. Injections are among the most common health care procedures, with at least 16 billion administered in developing and transitional countries each year. 95% of injections are administered in curative care, 3% for immunization and the rest for other purposes, such as blood transfusions.

Intramuscular injectionEdit

Intramuscular injection is the injection of a substance directly into a muscle, usually administered in small amounts. They are often given in the deltoid muscle of the upper arm, the vastus lateralis muscle of the thigh, and the dorsogluteal muscles of the upper part of the buttocks. Such injections are usually done by medical professionals rather than by the people receiving the injections themselves.

In a typical injection, the patient is instructed to remove clothing from the part of his/her body where the injection will be done, (e.g. rolling up sleeves, lowering pants / lifting skirt) then an alcohol swab will be rubbed on the bare skin and the injection administered.

Injection pain and phobiaEdit

An injection is painful and many children develop a fear or phobia of injections. This can in some cases lead to the development of a medical fetish on needles and injections.

Injections and spankingEdit

Stories, videos, photos, drawings and comic strips on the subject of injections have their own fandom.

Despite the different subject - injections are a form of medical treatment while spankings are a form of punishment - there is some overlap with the fandom of spanking art, videos and literature. This is probably because the subjects have several things in common too:

Spanking artists who have also done injection art include:

Occasionally, spanking and injections are combined in a spanking story. For example, in chapter 24, Vaccinations of Melody's Stories.

See alsoEdit


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  This page uses content from Wikipedia. The original article was at Intramuscular injection. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Spanking Art, the text of Wikipedia is available under a copyleft license, the Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike license.