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FDA The agency responsible for deciding whether a drug may be distributed or sold
Suppositories are administered rectally
Oral Meds when taking these the intestinal track is responsible for the breakdown and absorbs the drugs
Parental Administration Medication injected through a syringe into a muscle, vein or body cavity
Aerosol's administered through inhalation or particles of drug suspended in the air
Topical Application Medication such as creams, ointments are applied on the skin
Anaphylaxis A type of hypersensitivity reaction
Penicillin A form of antibiotic drug
Antihistamines Blocks the action of histamine and helps prevent symptoms of allergy
Amphetamine and Caffeine considered to be stimulant drugs
PDR Reference book listing drug medications and products
Pharmacist Person responsible for preparing distribution of medications
Created by: momangulo