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Health Care Records - Q – Routes of medication & A – Meaning

QuestionAnswer
oral [per os (p.o.)] by mouth
sublingual (SL) under the tongue
buccalin the cheek
vaginal [per vagina (PV)] inserted in the vagina
rectal [per rectum (PR)]inserted in the rectum
inhalation inhaled through the nose or mouth
aerosolspray
nebulizerdevice used to produce a fine spray or mist, often in a metered dose
intradermal (ID)within the skin
intramuscular (IM)within the muscle
intravenous (IV)within the vein
subcutaneous (SC, SQ, or sub-Q)under the skin [write out subcut or subcutaneous]
topical applied to the surface of the skin
transdermal absorption of drug through unbroken skin
Created by: MT student1