Thiamine is necessary for carbohydrate metabolism, and is widely accessible from many foods, including seeds, whole wheat flour, and some meats. Thiamine supplements are only necessary if you have a deficiency, which is determined only by a medical doctor. The supplement is injected into veins or muscles.
They were unable to in the past but currently are able to administer certain injections, I believe they are limited to vaccinations.
It depends on which vaccine you are receiving.
The number or injections that can safely be given is dependant on the patient's weight and the amount of Lidocaine you plan to administer.
In very unusual circumstances, large doses of thiamine may cause rashes, itching, or swelling. These reactions are more common with intravenous injections than oral supplements.
upper outer buttocks
Administer injections, assist in surgeries, run in clinic lab test. Perform examinations.
Upper Outer thigh.
Wheat has thiamine in it
IM or intra-muscular injections are often given at the lower back or the rear of the hind leg. IMs are not a common way to administer medication to a cat and are more often used on dogs.
If you mean "administer" then yes. But only a licensed professional can prescribe the medication. Any family member can administer insulin actually. Most insulin injections are subcutaneous and administered by the patient.
how many CANA (anti-convulsant) auto-injections should you administer to yourself or to a casualty
thiamine is an organic molecule and it is a vitamin
Anyone can give their own injections if they know how. If not your vet will have to do it. With the exception of the rabies vaccine. In some states it is illegal for anyone but a vet to administer the rabies vaccine.
without thiamine you get a brain disease
Cyanide is poisonous, thiamine is not. Thiamine is a "greener" catalyst.
Uracil replaces thiamine in RNA.
Thiamine deficiencies have no sex or racial predilection. Thiamine deficiency is more common in developing countries where poor nutrition occurs frequently.
When a patient has serious symptoms of thiamine deficiency, supplementation is usually started by giving thiamine through an IV or by intramuscular shots.
Thiamine is available in oral, intramuscular injectable, and intravenous formulations. Injectable formulas are usually preserved for persons who are severely thiamine deficient.
It depends on the concentration of thiamine per mL - it should be written on the label.
Lack of Thiamine can lead to a disease called Beriberi. Beriberi is a disease that can affect your ability to walk, stand, and major muscles. It is very hard to get this disease, because Thiamine can be found in every day meals. If you ate a burger and fries, you would have enough Thiamine, just barely. This is, because Thiamine is added to all flower.
Thiamine is needed for energy Metabolism, and proper function of the nervous system. -Jeremy G.
Thiamine ..Vitamin B1 is combined with either corn or soy (used as a binder)