Don't Be Surprised to See Some Injectable Meds Used Intranasally

Can injectable meds be given intranasally?

Sometimes...when the patient doesn't have IV access, certain meds are needed immediately, and the IM route isn't ideal.

Familiarize yourself with injectable meds that can be given intranasally...such as fentanyl, ketamine, midazolam, and naloxone.

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