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Duration Of Improved Insulin Sensitivity After High Intensity Exercise In Young Overweight Men Kelsey Quinn Iowa State University

Graduate Theses and Dissertations Graduate College Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Kinesiology Commons, and the Medicine and Health Sciences Commons This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate College at Iowa State University Digital Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in Graduate Theses and Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Iowa State University Digital Repository. For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation Quinn, Kelsey, "Duration of improved insulin sensitivity after high intensity exercise in young overweight men" (2015). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 14532. Duration of improved insulin sensitivity after high intensity exercise in young overweight men by Kelsey Quinn A thesis submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE Major: Kinesiology Program of Study Committee: Rick L. Sharp, Major Professor Douglas S. King Duck-chul Lee Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 2015 Copyright © Kelsey Quinn, 2015. All rights reserved. ii TABLE OF CONTENTS Page LIST OF FIGURES ............................................ Continue reading >>

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  1. bbpiano1

    Danger of injecting IM vaccine into blood vessel?

    I know you're supposed to check that you're not in a blood vessel when giving a vaccination, but what exactly is the danger in doing so. Will it cause DIC or something?
    Also, anyone know what the pharmacologic difference is b/w IM and SQ shots (ie why can't you use a SQ depot intramuscularly)?
    bb

  2. agranulocytosis

    I can't answer the 1st question, but the 2nd one deals with molecular weight and optimal absorption. I can't recall which route is used for larger molecular weight substances.

  3. BSN2DOC

    bbpiano1 said: ↑
    I know you're supposed to check that you're not in a blood vessel when giving a vaccination, but what exactly is the danger in doing so. Will it cause DIC or something?
    Also, anyone know what the pharmacologic difference is b/w IM and SQ shots (ie why can't you use a SQ depot intramuscularly)?
    bb When giving an IM injection, it is given in the muscle so that the med is absorbed more slowly rather than pushing it directly into the circulatory system. It also helps control the body's response to the medication -- your body would react different if you were to inject it all at once.
    Thus, there usually is not any harm if an IM medication were pushed into a blood vessel (however, from what I understand, pushing a vaccine into a blood vessel can limit the efficacy of the vaccine).
    And again, the differences between IM, SQ, IV (pretty basic concept) involves the different levels of absorption. It is medication dependent.

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