Subcutaneous Fluid Administration in Animals

In veterinary medicine, fluid therapy is given in four ways, Oral – by mouth Intravenous – through an intravenous catheter Intramedullary – within the medullary canal of bones Subcutaneous – under the skin Subcutaneous administration means fluids are injected under the skin using a needle. The fluids accumulate into a large pouch between the shoulder blades.  This gives the […]