Pharmacology: Exam 1

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Key concepts to know for exam 1

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1: Routes of Administration - KEY CONCEPTS

What are the 3 main categories of Routes of Administration?

Enteral: Advantages  Disadvantages Examples of oral, sublingual, and rectal routes

Which routes undergo First-Pass Metabolism

Parenteral: Advantages  Disadvantages Examples of I.V., I.M., and S.C. routes. Comparison of I.V., I.M., and S.C routes

Topical: Advantages  Disadvantages Examples of inhalation, cutaneous & transdermal routes

Insulin Case Study: Which drug administration route is appropriate, explain why/why not? Oraloral I.V. Transdermal

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