Blunt-Tip Cannula vs Needle Penile Injections?
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Blunt-Tip Cannula vs Needle?
We use 'blunt' cannula. Most injections were being done with needles which have a cutting point. Cannula look similar but are blunt ended. We need to puncture the skin with a needle first then use the cannula once in. Injecting is the space between the superficial (Dartos) fascia and deep (Buck's) fascia. Inject circumferentially.
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