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TDM

TermDefinition
Drug that relieves pain
Substance that destroys microorganisms
Drug used to control seizures
Bronchodilator Drug that expands the bronchi
Drug used to increase the muscular tone of heart
Chemical drug treatment for cancer
Similarly related things based on characteristics
Symptom or circumstance that make a drug or device unsafe or inappropriate
Amount of medication to be administered
Injection in skin
Injection in the muscular tissue
Nothing by mouth
Dangerous amount of medication
Highest concentration of a drug in plasma
By mouth
By rectum
As necessary
One a day
Medical prescription
Action or effect of a drug other than desired
Beneath the skin
Sublingual Beneath the tongue
Healing properties
Over medicating
Lowest concentration of drug
Dose
Intradermal
Intramuscular
NPO
Overdose
PR
PRN
q.d.
Created by: Amberpk15