hypodermic injection n.
A subcutaneous, intracutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous injection by means of a hypodermic syringe and needle.
This may be relieved by the hypodermic injection of atropine.
When Christian Science fails, there is still the surgeon with his "hypodermic injection."
This hypodermic injection of Europeanism wandered happily into the veins of the city with the broad grin of a pleased child.
By this time the patient was suffering intense pain and a hypodermic injection of morphine was required to relieve him.
The dose recommended for hypodermic injection is fifteen minims of a 1% solution in glycerin.
Leeching, however, is seldom needed, a hypodermic injection of morphia generally sufficing to relieve the pain.
The referee determined the acute toxicity of chlorlyptus by hypodermic injection of oily solutions into white rats.
We gave a hypodermic injection of strychnia, and the heart was soon acting in a much more satisfactory manner.
The administration of all ansthetics is helped when the patient is given a hypodermic injection of morphia shortly before.
The doctor, he saw, was in the act of giving his last aid in the form of a hypodermic injection, Morris and the nurses looking on.