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    You do not need to aspirate. Aspirating is used for IV's to ensure you are in a vein. It used to be normal to aspirate for IM injections to make sure you were not in a vein, but it has been deemed medically unnecessary, because the needle is far passed any veins, so there is no issue.

    This is straight from my mother, who has her Masters in Nursing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STTM View Post
    You do not need to aspirate. Aspirating is used for IV's to ensure you are in a vein. It used to be normal to aspirate for IM injections to make sure you were not in a vein, but it has been deemed medically unnecessary, because the needle is far passed any veins, so there is no issue.

    This is straight from my mother, who has her Masters in Nursing.
    This is spot on. It used to be standard practice to aspirate before an IM injection, but years ago Nursing schools stopped teaching this practice because it was unnecessary, and in many cases caused more PIP.

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    I used to aspirate to try to avoid any oil potentially seeping into the veins and getting compound cough but after a while I noticed that there didn't seem to be any correlation.

    It seems like if I have a spasm while I'm inserting the needle it's a lot more likely that I'm going to cough and it's almost always when I'm doing dorsogluteal.

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    Have never aspirated on this end - no issues, been pinning for about 6 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CastorTroy01 View Post
    I used to aspirate to try to avoid any oil potentially seeping into the veins and getting compound cough but after a while I noticed that there didn't seem to be any correlation.

    It seems like if I have a spasm while I'm inserting the needle it's a lot more likely that I'm going to cough and it's almost always when I'm doing dorsogluteal.
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