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UB Med Term pg 89b

Medication Administration

tab tablet = solid/semisolid
cap capsule = solid/semisolid
suppos suppository = solid/semisolid
p.o. , per os, oral by mouth (tabs and caps)
SL, sublingual under the tongue (tabs and caps)
buccal in the cheek (tabs and caps)
PV, per vagina, vaginal inserted in the vagina (suppos)
PR, per rectum, rectal inserted in the rectum (suppos)
fluid inhalation: inhaled through nose or mouth(e.g. aerosol(spray) or neblizer)
neblizer device used to produce a fine spray or mist, often in a metered dose
parenteral by injection: intradermal, intramuscular, intravenous, subcutaneous
ID (intredermal) within the skin
IM (intramuscular) within the muscle
IV (intravenous) within the vein
Sub-Q, SC, or SQ (subcutaneous) under the skin
topical cream, ointment, lotion applied to the surface of the skin
transdermal absorption of a drug through unbroken skin
implant a drug reservoir imbedded in the body to provide continual infusion of a medication
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