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inject (something) into (someone, something, or some creature)

 and inject (someone, something, or some creature) with (something)
to give a hypodermic injection of something to someone or an animal. The nurse injected the medicine into my arm. He injected a very large dose into the patient.

inject something into something

1. Lit. to squirt something, such as oil, water, etc., into something. The pump injected the oil into the wheel bearings when I squeezed the lever. The mechanic injected a solvent into the lock.
2. Fig. to put something, such as humor, excitement, etc., into a situation. Let's inject a little humor into this dismal affair. She likes to inject a lot of excitement into her books.
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Opiate users may have started to inject recently emerged psychoactive drugs, which are associated with increased risk for serious bacterial infection (14), although the injection of these drugs remains relatively uncommon in the United Kingdom (9).
The high HIV prevalence among women who inject drugs is very concerning.
The iStent inject relies on a similar fluidic method of action as the company's flagship iStent Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stent, which was approved by the TGA in 2014.
The world must learn the lessons of the past 15 years, following the example of countries that have reversed their HIV epidemics among people who inject drugs by adopting harm reduction approaches that prioritize peoples health and human rights.
State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has made public a plan to inject capital into the banking system.
To make an antivenom that fights venoms of several species, vaccine-farm workers inject a large animal with several venoms at once.
People with needle phobias may always prefer to have someone else inject them.
Professor Peter Borriello, of the HPA centre for infections, said: "These results confirm a continuing rise in HIV transmission among those who inject drugs.
Instead, BMCI learned to inject gas directly into the part through a hollow pin positioned as far as possible from the gate.
Instead of the traditional method of injecting from the top of the mold that is used in most vertical and horizontal machines, the manufacturing engineers opted to inject into the centerline, or parting line, of the mold.
So they have to admit that they inject drugs, and here there are no negative consequences to admitting that they are injecting drugs.
A 30-gauge needle is used to inject small doses at several sites laterally, medially, and inferiorly.
Women and long-term IDUs may have difficulty accessing veins and frequently inject intramuscularly or subcutaneously.