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5 Matching questions

  1. buccal
  2. cumulative
  3. dimensional analysis (DA)
  4. enteric-coated
  5. parenteral
  1. a increasing by incremental steps with an eventual total; build up in the body
  2. b candy-like coated shell of the tablet to prevent medications from being absorbed in the stomach; absorption takes place in the intestines.
  3. c pertaining to treatment other than through the digestive system
  4. d also called factor labeling. Method that calculates dosages using 3 factors: drug label; conversion; drug order.
  5. e in the cheek

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. harmful, unintended reaction to a drug administered at a normal dosage
  2. severe, life threatening hypersensitivity reaction to a previously encountered antigen
  3. an individuals unique hypersensitivity to a particular drug
  4. state that develops as the amount and frequency of use of an addicting substance increases to achieve the same effect
  5. crushed to powder

5 True/False questions

  1. drip factormethod that is used to deliver measured amounts of IV solutions at specific flow rates based on the size of drops of the solution

          

  2. lumenspace within an artery, vein, intestine, or tube such as a needle or catheter

          

  3. sublingualunder the tongue

          

  4. topical applicationsapplied to the skin

          

  5. percutaneousthrough the skin or mucous membrane

          

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