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routes of administration

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epidural epidural space (spine) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: no
intra-arterial arteries (to break up clots) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: no
intra-articular within a joint space. injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: no
intradermal skin of upper chest, forearms, upper back. Injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: Yes
intramuscular (IM) deltoid, vastus lateralis, ventrogluteal muscles. injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: Yes
intraosseous bone marrow. injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: NO
intraperitoneal peritoneal cavity (abdomen) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: NO
intrapleural pleural space (lung) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: NO
intrathecal subarachnoid space (brain) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: NO
intravenous (IV) major veins, (most often in arms or hands), or via central venous access devices. injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: NO
subcutaneous under skin of abdomen, anterior thighs, upper outer arm, upper back (under shoulder) injectable liquid. CCMA permitted to administer: Yes
buccal against the cheek. tablets, CCMA permitted to administer: Yes
oral mouth, stomach (nasogastric, gastrostomy tubes), intestines (nasoenteric tube) tablets, capsules, caplets, lozenges, syrups, suspensions, emulsions, elixirs, solutions. CCMA permitted:YEs
sublingual under the tongue. tablets. CCMA permitted to administer: yes
nasal nose. sprays, mist, drops. CCMA permitted to administer:yes
ophthalmic eyes. drops, ointment. CCMA permitted to administer: yes
otic ears. drops, ointment. CCMA permitted to administer: yes
rectal anus/rectum. solutions, suppositories, creams, ointment, gel. CCMA permitted to administer: yes (according to office policy)
respiratory/inhaled airways. sprays, aerosols, mists, steam, dry powder for inhalation. CCMA permitted to administer:
topical/transdermal on the skin. gels, tinctures, solutions, ointments, lotions, creams, liniments, powders, patches, sprays. CCMA permitted to adminsiter: yes
vaginal vaginal/vulva. tablets, suppositories, creams, foams, solutions. CCMA permitted to administer: yes (according to office policy)
urethral urethra. solutions. CCMA permitted to administer: yes (according to office policy)
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