Larger than A1 in size - The Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells Wall Chart is ideal for your science classroom. Suitable from GCSE to A-Level, it is colourful, concise and outlines the key concepts in this topic. Get it for your classroom from only £5
Any clinical practice changes or advancement must begin with a gathering of evidence. But if the terms “research” or “literature review” normally make you groan, they don’t need to anymore. It’s not as bad as it seems. Trust us! With this infographic, you’ll have all the tips and tricks you need to make your literature review fast and painless.
Among the many data analyzing features to be found in Microsoft’s Excel software, PivotTables and PivotCharts are two of the most useful. Find out how they can work for you with our jam-packed 6 page guide, which features step-by-step instructions and full-color screen shots for easy reference.
Comparison of the angles of insertion for intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous, and intradermal injections. An IM injection is given at a 72- to 90-degree angle. A subcutaneous injection is usually given at a 45-degree angle, but may be given at up to a 90-degree angle, if a short needle is used or if the person is heavy. The intradermal injection is given holding the syringe nearly parallel to the skin (10- to 15-degree angle).