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Pharm-Ch. 9 & 10
Terms in this set (47)
medications with antiacids added to them
disk of compressed medications
gelatin-coated form of medication
coated medication for improved swallowing and release in the intestines
liquid and fine particles in water
medications dispensed in a liquid, but not evenly distributed, requiring shaking before administration
medications added to highly sweetened liquids
medication evenly distributed throughout a liquid
liquid drug preparations that contain oils and fats in water
liquid medication that contains alcohol
enteral medications include all of the following except:
contraindications for using the oral route include all the following except
medications that are given to prevent release in the stomach or improve swallowing are:
an example of effervescent salts is:
buccal medications are placed:
in the pocket of the cheek
all of the following medications may be given rectally except:
the measurement of a needle's circumference it its:
a very viscous medication would require which of the following for administration:
a larger needle lumen
the fluid found in whole blood is known as:
a z-track injection is a form of which route of administration:
which is the usual route of administration for insulin:
the flu vaccine is usually given via what route of administration?
the recommended site for intramuscular injection administration in infants and small children is the:
which of the following is another word for clot?
(blank) medications involve any medications that involve the gastrointestinal tract such as capillaries, (blank), enemas, suppositories, and many others
Contraindictions to the oral route include, (blank), (blank), and difficulty (blank).
nausea, vomiting, swallowing
(blank)-coated drugs are released not in the stomach, but in the (blank); they are especially useful for patients with stomach (blank) or sensitivity.
Enteric, intestinal, ulcers
(Blank) tablets have added (blank) to prevent stomach (blank).
Buffered, antacids, irritation
The (blank) pouch, or cheek, is a good route for applying medication in the (blank) or (blank) to ease local (blank)
buccal, mouth, throat, inflammation
Parenteral medications include all medications that are not (blank) or introduced into the (blank) system. They include topical, ophthalmic, otic, (blank), nasal , inhaled, and (blank) medications.
ingested, gastrointestinal, vaginal, injectable
A (2 blanks) hold a specific amount of medication over a specific (blank) and delivers (blank) over (blank). Patches are often used to relieve (blank), provide pain relief, alleviate (blank) addiction, and control angina, as well as provide (blank) treatment such as birth control and hormone replacement therapy.
transdermal patch, area, medication, time, nausea, nicotine, hormonal
(Blank) medications are placed directly into the ear (blank) to treat infections of both the inner and (blank) ear, as well as impaction of (blank) (ear wax)
otic, canal, outer, cerumen
Name the four different routes of administration that can be used with injectable medications and their abbreviations:
intradermal; IV, intramuscular; IM, Subcutaneous; SC, Intravenous; IV
Name the three commonly used sites of administration for SC injection:
Back of upper arm, belly, and thigh
small glass container holding only one does of medication
glass or plastic containers sealed on top with rubber stoppers
determined by width or circumference of a needle's lumen
bubbles released into the bloodstream
tablets with added antacids to prevent stomach irritation
used to deliver specific does of medication through a hand-held device
slight elevation of the skin
intramuscular method used when a medication is very irritating or may cause skin discoloration
the inside or opening of a needle
divided into accurate measurements
a narrow, finely calibrated syringe used for intradermal injections
MDI stands for:
metered dose inhalers
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