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Syringe size- 1ml
Needle gauge- 26g-27g
Needle length 1/4-1/2
Angle of insertion- level w/skin
Sites-lighter in color & hairless
Intradermal Injection
Syringe size- 3ml
Needle gauge- 25g-28g
Needle length 5/16-1"
Angle of insertion- 45-90
site abdomen, top of thigh, fatty back of arm, scapula
Subcutaneous Injection
Syringe size 3ml
Needle gauge 22g-23g
Needle length- 1-1 1/2
Ange of insertion- 90
Sites-ventrogluteal, doral gluteal, deltoid, vastus lateralis(for infants)
Intramuscular Injections
Molecules with uneven distribution of electrical charge, but NO NET CHARGE and cannot dissolve in lipids
POLAR MOLECULES
Molecules that have net electrical charge and are unable to cross membranes
IONS
Percent of administered drug dose that reaches systemic circulation

Oral route <100% due to 1st pass metabolism
BIOAVAILABILITY
Inactive ingredients added to meds serving as fillers, flavorings, colorings, binding agents, or bulk agents
ADDITIVES
Suspension of small solid droplets or particles in gas or vapor
AEROSOL
Gelatin shells containing drugs in beads, powders, or liquids
CAPSULES
Semi-solid emulsion used for topical application to the skin
CREAMS