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Med Term CH 2 drug

Med Term A living language by Fremgen and Frucht CH 2 drug admin

oral by mouth
sublingual under tongue
inhalation inhaled directly into nose and mouth
parenteral administered by puncturing the skin with a needle.
intracavitary inject into body cavity
intradermal shallow injection just under top layer of the skin
intramuscular injection in muscle of buttocks, thigh or upper arm
intrathecal injection into menigeal space surrounding the brain and spinal cord
intravenous injection into veins
subcutanous injections into subcutanous layer of skin
transdermal patch is applied to the skin to be absorbed
rectal medications put directly into the anal cavity
topical applied directly to skin or mucous membrane
vaginal inserted vaginally
eyedrops placed directly into the eyes
ardrops placed directly into the ear canal
buccal placed under lip or between cheek and gum