5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a inert inactive additives to a drug formulation that affect the bulk, delivery, or availability of a drug.
- b a substance in the fluid state of matter having no fixed shape but a fixed volume
- c Controlled-Release Tablet
- d a method of administering medication through the unbroken skin via patch or ointment
- e into an eye
5 Multiple choice questions
- taken into the body in a manner other than through the digestive canal
- a small, rounded or spherical body, as of food or medicine. implantation beneath the skin example: testosterone.
- added to a compound to prevent microbial growth contamination must be compatible with active drug or other ingredients
- adj. giving off gas bubbles; showing high spirits or excitement example: alka-seltzer
5 True/False questions
lozenges → Flat disks containing a medicinal agent with a suitably flavor base that dissolve slowly in the mouth for a long period of time, releasing therapeutic ingredients.
elixir → Pertaining to the ear.
Orally → (of drugs) through the mouth rather than through injection
solutions → homogeneous mixtures, a mixture where substances are distributed evenly. Has a solvent & solute
XR → Extra Long