Our IV phenergan comes in 25 mg/ml vials. It is typically ordered as 6.25 mg IV push, I.e. 0.25 ml. How does everyone here draw that up on the floor? Typically, I'll use a 1ml syringe, draw up 0.25ml, and then, using the same blunt fill needle I drew up with, push the medication into a 10ml syringe containing my NS diluent (8-10ml). I've also seen people pull up the whole 25mg (1ml) of medication into exactly 9ml NS in a 10ml syringe, and then waste 7.5ml to get to the 6.25mg in 2.5ml. I see INS recommendations that discourage transferring meds from one syringe to another, but often times you require both a higher volume (I.e. 10ml) and a finer degree of measurement accuracy (I.e. 0.25ml), and no single syringe meets both of these requirements. What's your practice?