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What is Agonist, Antagonist, and Dose?
- Agonist-Cause stimulation of receptors
- Antagonist-Binds to a receptor and blocks other medications
- Dose- Amount of medication given
Common Routes of Administration
- Per Rectum (PR)
- Oral (PO)
- Intravenous (IV)
- Intraosseous (IO)
- Subcutaneous (SC)
- Intramuscular (IM)
- Sublingual (SL)
- Transcutaneous (Transdermal)
- Intranasal (IN)
- Antomizer Device (MAD)
Six Rights of Medication Administration
- 1. Right Patient
- 2. Right Medication
- 3. Right Dose
- 4. Right Route
- 5. Right Time (in date not expired)
- 6. Right Documentation
What is the Trade Name
The manufacturer's given name
What does activated charcoal do
The charcoal absorbs drugs taken and doesn't allow the drugs to be absorbed into the patients stomach.
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