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Drugs can be administered via several routes divided strictly into two groups?
Enteral and Parenteral.
Enteral administration requires that the drug be ?
placed into the (lumen of the) gastrointestinal tract including the mouth.
Parenteral administration requires that the drug be placed at ?
any site other than the (lumen of the) gastrointestinal tract
Some drugs may be administered by several of the different routes. Why?
the drug may be available in slightly different chemical forms, each appropriate for a different route of administration, and may be available in different formulations (liquid, caplet, tablet, coated tablet etc), each appropriate for one more routes of administration.
Selection of an appropriate Choice of Administration Route for each individual and their circumstance when the drug is administered is obviously necessary to?
best achieve the desired outcome.
Desired and undesired effects of a drug can be ___________________ given consideration of the target organ(s) and appropriate choice of route of administration.
increased or decreased