Adrenaline Autoinjector Needle Interlocking in the Thumb Due to Improper Injection
Schmid M*, 1, Weidenhoffer I1, Udvardi A1, Lomoschitz K2, Volc-Platzer B1, Wöhrl S3
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2013
First Page: 18
Last Page: 21
Publisher Id: TOALLJ-6-18
Article History:Received Date: 7/3/2013
Revision Received Date: 14/4/2013
Acceptance Date: 27/4/2013
Electronic publication date: 17/5/2013
Collection year: 2013
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Herein, a case of improper epinephrine autoinjector injection into the thumb involving deep connective tissue and bone is reported. We additionally review knowledge, skills and habits of a cohort of autoinjector users of a hospitalbased dermatologic outpatient clinic.