PHARMACOLOGY 100 CH 4

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PHARMACOLOGY 100 CH 4
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PHAR 100 CH 4
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  1. Oral rug Forms
    • Tablets
    • Capsule
    • Lozrnge
    • Emulsion
    • Elixir
    • Syrups
    • Oral Suspensions
    • Oral Solutions
    • Enteric Coated Tablets
  2. Enteric Coated Tablets
    Resists Desintegration By stomach acids
  3. Oral Suspensions
    Ingredients Are not dissolved, mixing is neccessary.
  4. Emulsion
    • Oil based, dissolved in water,
    • Oral
    • Topical,
    • or Injectable
  5. Rectal Drug Forms
    • Suppositry
    • Enemas
  6. Injectable Powders
    Must be reconstituted using a sterile solution.
  7. Injectable Drug Forms
    • Solutions
    • Powders
  8. Intravenous Forms
    (4 types)
    • IV- Infusion/ Small IV bag 1-2 hours
    • IV Drip/ Maintenance Fluids
    • IV Piggy Back (IVPB)/ Connected to another IV
    • IV push/Via Syringe into vein
  9. Topical Drug Forms
    Skin, Mucous Membranes

    Effects: Local and Systemic
  10. Topical Drug Forms
    • Creams
    • Ointments
    • Lotions
    • Drops
    • Vaginal Creams
    • Suppositories
  11. Transdermal Delivery System
    • Easy to apply
    • Long Duration of action
    • Consistent blood levels
  12. Inhaled Drug Forms
    • Mists- Nebulizers
    • Sprays- Aerosol Bottles
    • MDI= Metered Dose Inhalers
    • Gas- Anesthesia
  13. Needles Are selected by 2 things
    • Gauge
    • Length
  14. 3 main typed of needles
    • Tuberculin (TB) 1 ml.
    • Insulin Needle 1 ml.
    • Hypodermic 2-3 ml.
  15. Intramuscular Drug Forms
    • Sub Q- Under skin into fat
    • Intradermal- (TB) most common

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