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Arif Budi Mawardi

11420198/ Language Testing I 5B



Injection (medicine)

A Somali boy receiving a subcutaneous injection of polio vaccine
An injection (often referred to as a "shot" in US English, or a "jab" in UK English) is an
infusion method of putting fluid into the body, usually with a hollow needle and a syringe
which is pierced through the skin to a sufficient depth for the material to be forced into the
body. An injection follows a parenteral route of administration; that is, administered other
than through the digestive tract.
There are several methods of injection or infusion, including intradermal,
subcutaneous, intramuscular, intravenous, intraosseous, and intraperitoneal. Long-acting
forms of subcutaneous/intramuscular injections are available for various drugs, and are called
depot injections.
Injections are among the most common health care procedures, with least 16 billion
administered in developing and transitional countries each year. 95% of injections are
administered in curative care, 3% for immunization and the rest for other purposes, such as
blood transfusions.


Reading Comprehension

1. How many percent injection applied for immunization every years?
a. 3%
b. 5%
c. 30%
d. 12%

2. An injection follows a parenteral route of administration, what does that mean?
a. injection follows
b. administered other than through the digestive tract.
c. digestive tract
d. injection follows digestive tract



3. Injections are among the most common health care procedures, with least . . . administered
in developing and transitional countries each year.
a. 16 billion
b. 14 billion
c. 15billion
d. 18billion

4. The similarity of injection that English people often call?
a. Shut
b. Shot
c. Gun
d. Inject

5.who gets the subcutaneous injection of polio vaccine?
a. President of america
b. An Indonesian boy
c. A Nigerian boy
d. A Somali boy
Vocabulary
6. A Somali boy receiving a . Injection
a. Subcutaneous
b. Subcutane
c. Subcutan
d. Supcutanuous

7. . method of putting fluid into the body
a. Infus
b. Infusion
c. Infusions
d. Infusionist

8. usually with a hollow needle and a syringe which is . through the skin
a. pierced
b. pier
c. collapse
d. perforated

9. A sufficient depth for the material to be . into the body
a. Forced
b. Pressure
c. coercion
d. obliged

10. There are several methods of injection or ..
a. Infusion
b. Inflasion
c. Infus
d. Infusions

11. Subcutaneous/intramuscular injections are available for various .
a. drugs
b. medicine
c. medication
d. potion

12. the human use of injection in ..
a. health
b. medicine
c. life
d. victim

13. injection is very . in the health world
a. Important
b. Use
c. Good
d. Useful

14. People . the medicine for injection operations
a. Medicine
b. Capsule
c. Drug
d. Health



15. injection used by . to enter medication into the body
a. Pilot
b. Physicians
c. Student
d. Tailor

16. there are people who .. injection for crimes
a. Make
b. Use
c. Consume
d. Do

17. injection . drugs commonly used for the criminal
a. of
b. in
c. on
d. do

18. health sciences is growing . in the world
a. rapidly
b. quickly
c. slowly
d. fast

19. Scientists . the science of medicine to address the serious problem
a. Studying
b. Making
c. Doing
d. Study

20. English . develop knowledge about injection (shot) with advanced
a. People
b. Resident
c. Man
d. Student



Grammar
21. There are several methods of injection or ..
e. Infusion
f. Inflasion
g. Infus
h. Infusions

22. injection . drugs commonly used for the criminal
e. of
f. in
g. on
h. do
23. A Somali boy . a subcutaneous injection of polio vaccine
a. Receiving
b. Reveive
c. Receiver
d. Received

24. . injection (often referred to as a "shot" in US English, or a "jab" in UK English)
a. An
b. A
c. The
d. To

25. infusion method of . fluid into the body
a. putting
b. put
c. puted
d. putter

26. Hollow needle and a syringe . is pierced through the skin to a sufficient depth for
the material to be forced into the body
a. Whose
b. Which
c. Whom
d. Who

27. An injection follows a parenteral route administration
a. of
b. in
c. on
d. do

28. There . several methods of injection or infusion, including intradermal,
subcutaneous, intramuscular, intravenous, intraosseous, and intraperitoneal
a. Is
b. Have
c. Are
d. Has
29. Long-acting forms of subcutaneous/intramuscular injections are available for various
.
a. drugs
b. drug
c. medicine
d. medicines

30. Injections are among the most common health care ..
a. procedurs
b. procedured
c. procedure
d. procedures

31. 95% of injections are . in curative care
a. Administered
b. Administer
c. Administrator
d. Admin

32. 3% injection for immunization and the rest .other purposes, such as blood
transfusions.
a. For
b. Or
c. Nor
d. And

33. There are several methods of injection or ..
a. Infusion
b. Inflasion
c. Infus
d. Infusions

34. injection . drugs commonly used for the criminal
a. of
b. in
c. on
d. do

35. health sciences is growing . in the world
a. rapidly
b. quickly
c. slowly
d. fast

36. Scientists . the science of medicine to address the serious problem
a. Studying
b. Making
c. Doing
d. Study

37. injection is a technique of inserting a substance . the body
a. into
b. in
c. on
d. onto

38. injection is usually . by experts
a. done
b. do
c. did
d. does

39. injection in the modern era is used . the treatment and vaccines
a. for
b. or
c. nor
d. and

40. treatment with injection methods often . due to lack of sterile
a. fail
b. failed
c. false
d. valid
Dialogue/ Conversation
41. Teacher : do you know what the "medicine"?
Student : yes, . is a tool that is used to cure the disease.
Teacher : then, do you know what the "." in medicine.
Student : yes,. is an infusion method of putting fluid into the body,
usually with a hollow needle and a syringe which is pierced through
the . to a sufficient depth for the . to be forced into the...
Teacher : what are the methods used in the injection?
Student :There are several ..of injection or.,
. intradermal, subcutaneous, intramuscular, . , intraosseous, and
intraperitoneal.
Option:
Medicine methods
Injection infusion
Body including
Injection intravenous
Skin material
Writing
42. Make descriptive text with the theme injection