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Drug action phase

Pharmaceutic Phase (1st phase if meds taken orally) 1.)Dissolution(dissolving of the smaller particles in the GI fluid before absorption) 2.)Disintegration (breakdown of a tablet into smaller particles)phase. 80% of drugs taken by mouth.
Pharmacokinetic Phase (2nd phase) Movement of drug to achieve drug action: Absorption.
Pharmacodynamic Phase (last phase) Drug concentration and effects on the body (action)
ADOPIE A=Assessment D=Diagnosed O=observation P=planning I=implementation E=evaluation
Drugs are mostly detoxified through what? liver and excreted in the urine and to a lesser extent, the feces.
Whats the 5 rights? Patient,Drug,Dose,Time,Route,Documentation
How to give suppositories? with patient lying on L side;remain on side 20 mins afterward
Created by: Danzel