Administration of Benzathine benzyl penicillin G (BPG) injection
World Health Organization, Published October 2021
Administration of Benzathine benzyl penicillin G (BPG) injection World Health Organization, Published October 2021 Benzathine benzyl penicillin G injection (BPG) is the recommended treatment for the sexually and trans-placentally transmitted infection called Syphilis caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. Care must be taken while administering this injection so that the right technique is used safely. The risk of adverse reactions to penicillin is lower than widely perceived.
This video helps to clarify doubts and queries health care providers tasked to administer the injection may have on the right approach and the techniques for administering Benzathine benzyl penicillin G injection. Health care providers can know how to rule out penicillin allergy before administering the injection and how to care for the patient following the injection, so we can make BPG injection administration a safe and efficient procedure.
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