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Ch1AdminRoutes

Match drug admin routes to descriptions

QuestionAnswer
Admin directly to cheek from inside of mouth Buccal
Admin to nasal sinuses Endosinusial (E-SINUS)
Admin upon or over the dura mater Epidural
Admin within respiratory tract or nose for local or systemic effect Inhalation
Admin within cerebrum Intracerebral
Admin within peritoneal cavity (abdomen) Intraperitoneal
Admin into vein IV
What is an IV bolus? when drug is admin into a vein all at once
What is an IV drip? when drug is admin into a vein over a period of time
Admin within ventricle Intraventricular
Admin to external eye Opthalmic
Subdermal is another term for ____? Subcutaneous
Admin drug to a mucous membrane or to a specific spot on the outer surface of the body (2 defns) Topical
Admin across the mucosa Transmucousal
Admin through dermal layer of skin to systemic circ via diffusion; preprogrammed rate, controlled and prolonged Transdermal
Created by: xiaohes