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Parenteral Routes of administration are those that bypass the gastrointestinal tract
Intravenous (IV) Medication are introduced into the body through a needle placed directly in a vein.
Intramuscular (IM) Administration involves direct injection of medication into a large muscle mass such as the upper arm, thigh, or buttock.
Subcutaneously Solutions or suspensions injected under the skin.
Intradermal (ID) Route involves injecting a drug into the top layers of the skin.
Intra-arterial Injection involve administering an agent directly into an artery
Intra-articular Routes involves a drug injecting a drug into a joint such as knee or elbow to treat diseases in the joint
Intracardiac Route injection directly into the heart muscle is used in life-threatening eme
Intraperitoneal Injections are given onto the peritoneal or abdominal , cavity
Intrapleural Injection of drugs into the sac surrounding the lungs or the pleural .
Intratracheal Medications are delivered into the windpipe or trachea.
Intraventricular Used to administer drugs into the ventricles, or cavities of the brain to treat infections or cancerous brain tumors.
Intravitreal Medication are administered by direct injection into the vitreous fluid of the eye.
Intrachecal Route by which drugs are injected into the space around the spinal cord
Intravesicular Route delivers drugs directly into the urinary bladder
Intrauterine Into the uterus
Transdermal Route of medication administration drug across pr through the skin.
Otic Route is used to delivery drugs into the ear canal.
Ophthalmic Drugs given via the exterior surface of the eye.
Rectal Inserted through the anus into the rectum.
Vaginal Inserted into the vagina.
Subgingival Administered via the subgingival space between the tooth and gum.
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