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Methods of Drug Administration
Delivers the prescribed dose to be absorbed by the mucosal lining of the respiratory tract?
Methods of Drug Administration

INHALATION (INHALERS)
Methods of Drug Administration
Applied to skin for slow, systemic absorption, usually over 24hrs.
Methods of Drug Administration

TRANSDERMAL PATCH
Methods of Drug Administration
Shrinks swollen nasal membranes?
Methods of Drug Administration

NASAL SPRAYS & DROPS
Methods of Drug Administration
Prescribed for various eye disorders?
Methods of Drug Administration

EYE DROPS & OINTMENTS
Methods of Drug Administration
Also known as: Bronchodilators, glucocorticoids, & mucolytics?
Methods of Drug Administration

INHALATION (INHALERS)
Methods of Drug Administration
Use of this route avoids GI problems & provides a more consistent drug level in blood stream?
Methods of Drug Administration

TRANSDERMAL PATCH
Methods of Drug Administration
Relieves nasal congestion due to upper respiratory infection?
Methods of Drug Administration

NASAL SPRAYS & DROPS
Methods of Drug Administration
Used to treat glaucoma, eye infections, & allergies?
Methods of Drug Administration

EYE DROPS & OINTMENTS
Methods of Drug Administration
Used to relieve vomiting when clients are unable to take oral medications?
Methods of Drug Administration

RECTAL SUPPOSITORIES
Methods of Drug Administration
Used to soften and loosen cerumen (wax) in the ear canal?
Methods of Drug Administration

EAR DROPS
Methods of Drug Administration
Used to promote defecation?
Methods of Drug Administration

RECTAL SUPPOSITORIES
Methods of Drug Administration
Used for anesthetic effect and for infection treatment of the ear?
Methods of Drug Administration

EAR DROPS
Methods of Drug Administration
Used to administer drugs that could be destroyed by digestive enzymes?
Methods of Drug Administration

RECTAL SUPPOSITORIES