drug administered other than through the gi tract...
refers to inside diameter of the needle
space or hole at the end of a needle
a small bottle with rubber diaphram peirced with a needle
skin pulled tight, skin stretched tight
are under the tongue
absorbed through the skin by route of patch and directly absorbed through the skin
amount of space drug occupies
method of pulling skin taut and tissues to one side before giving injection.
beneath the skin @ 45 degree angle
pertaining to the mouth or cheek
liquid used to dissolve or dilute a drug
slow drip into a vein through a needle
within the upper layers of the skin @ a 5 degree angle
within a muscle @ a 90 % angle
directly into a vein
topical form of a drug to heal or salve
a way to administer a drug
a homogenous mixture of a solid or liquid or gaseous substance.