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a. local
Antacid tablets given as needed btwn meals are intended for _________ use.

a. local
b. systemic
b. is not
An intradermal injection _________ the same thing as subcutaneous injection.

a. is
b. is not
a. is local
Drug action occurring only at the site of application:

a. is local
b. is systemic
c. may be either local or systemic; it depends upon the drug and the site of application
c. either local or systemic effects; it depends upon the drug.
Drugs that are inhaled are intended to be used chiefly for:

a. local effects
b. systemic effects
c. either local or systemic effects; it depends upon the drug.
a. able to contain a larger volume of fluid
A major difference btwn an intramuscular injection and a subcutaneous injection is that the intramuscular injection is usually:

a. able to contain a larger volume of fluid
b. more likely to lead to necrosis
c. more likely to be painful because there are more sensory nerve endings there than in the subcutaneous area.
d. trade
Which of the following is a copyrighted name whose use is restricted to a single company?

a. chemical
b. generic
c. official
d. trade