What is the advantage of sublingual drug administration?
The drug is absorbed very rapidly into the system and directly into the blood stream. It avoids first past metabolism and therefore it is more effective and in a shorter amount of time.
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If your talking like Mariuana theres nothing. But medicine, can heal serios illness,diseases ar even cancer. There are more disadvantages than advantages.
Sublinguitis is inflammation in the sublingual gland. It can becaused by mumps, a stone in the salivary duct, tumors, andbacterial parotitis.
i am a train ing officer and we use the LADF medication Booklet which uses the "Severn rights " which are the,;. right person. right Drug. right time. right dose. right method. right procedure. right record keeping. if you follow this you should be fine. hope this helps
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Only advantage of drug abuse is the release of feel good chemicals,Other than that almost all drugs have nasty side effects and awfulwithdrawal effects. Most drugs can cause cancer like any TobaccoProducts. Simple suggestion, STAY AWAY FROM DRUGS!
If you are talking about drugs that are abused such as herion, marijuana, cocaine, opioids, bennies, the advantages are only the short term effects. The disadvantages however are far greater and include becoming addicted to the point that you cannot stop using, you spend all your money on the substa…nce and lose your savings, house, car, family, etc. Not to mention the fact that with some drugs you can overdose and die on even the first use. Cocaine is especially bad for that, in the sense that you don't even have to have taken too much but your body can just react so badly to it that you can die the first time you use. (MORE)
Temporary relief of symptoms, possible social advantages. Read and learn before you do anything, and start low and work your way up be careful if you do try anything, you can die and you will die if you screw up, so please be very smart about your choices.
buccal mucosa has a rich supply of blood enabling rapid absorption of the drug into the systemic circulation. it by-passes the liver initially therefore avoids first pass metabolism. drug administration can be rapidly curltailed by simply removing the dosage form from site of application
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Slowest or LEAST EFFECTIVE route to MOST EFFECTIVE route: Topical (Slowest or least effective) Ingestion Intramuscular (IM) Intraperitoneal Inhalation (Inhaler or ET tube) Intravenous (IV) Some studies show administration of drugs via ET tube is as effective as IV.
I have back pain. I am prescribed oxycodone from an orthopedist. I supplement that with smoking pot, which gives me the same relief. Oxcodone is a HARD CORE narcotic, which can do some damage. By smoking plenty of weed, I can keep my oxcodone use to a minimum.
Parenteral routes of drug administration are a means of introducing a drug into the body through injection, for quicker absorption by the body: intravenous, intramuscular, or subcutaneous.
By the looks of the drug abusers I have seen, it seems to me that drug abuse does not hold any advantages at all and has many disadvantages as becoming homeless having or owning anything but their clothes.
None. Now weed on the other hand, there are so many advantages. The best one being the feeling of getting high.
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Right patient , Right medication , Right dose , Right time , Right route , Right documentation .. Since the doctor makes the rules (orders) and nurses deliver them to patients:. T ell M e D octor, P atient R ules D elivered-mnemonic
sterile drugs if meeting several criteria have advantages because the may be use intravenously, intraspinal or intrathecal or im. but must also be preservative free for spinal, intrathecal. non sterile drugs generally are only for "by mouth" or rectal administration. JUST B/C A DRUG IS STERILE DOES …NOT MEAN ITS AUTOMATICALLY SUITED FOR IV, IM, IS, IT ADMINISTRATION. other factors like pH and what kind of base it is, or salt it is or acid it is. certain drugs may precipitate or be too harsh for certain above listed routes of administration (MORE)
The FDA is a law that regulates to cold and hot beverages, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Regulation is when All the food products manufacturers and producers are under the control of FDA. This is used many scenarios with buisness like Coco Cola. This law was created in the US but has now expand…ed through Europe and India (MORE)
In terms of drug administration "q" stands for every. IE: Motrin q4hrs means...Motrin every 4 hours.
Sublingual refers to 'under the tongue'. Therefore a sublingual spray would be a spray that is to be sprayed under the tongue.
Ativan sublingual is generally used to manage acute stress. The sublingual route allows medication to be absorbed by the body very quickly therefore it is able to treat the anxiety very quickly.
The FDA is responsible for protecting and promoting public health through the regulation and supervision of food safety, tobacco products, dietary supplements, prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs (medications), vaccines, biopharmaceuticals,blood transfusions, medical devices, elec…tromagnetic radiation emitting devices (ERED), veterinary products, and cosmetics. The FDA also enforces other laws, notably Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act and associated regulations, many of which are not directly related to food or drugs. These include sanitation requirements on interstate travel and control of disease on products ranging from certain household petsto sperm donation for assisted reproduction. (MORE)
The sublingual mucosa offers a rich supply of blood vessels through which drugs can be absorbed. It offers rapid absorption into the systemic circulation.
IV infusion is the fastest route of drug administration. By giving a medication IV it is directly entering the blood stream causing the fastest effect.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates food(including dietary supplements), drugs, cosmetics, medical devices,tobacco, and electronics products. FDA falls within the Department of Health and Human Services. It isheaded by the Commissioner of Food and Drugs, appointed by thePresident,… confirmed by the US Senate. The Office of theCommissioner oversees all the Agency's components and isresponsible for the efficient and effective implementation of FDA'smission. FDA is made of up the Office of the Commissioner and fourdirectorates: . Medical Products and Tobacco . Foods . Global Regulatory Operations . Policy, and Operations. Although the FDA existed prior to 1938, this year presented bigchanges for the Administration. President Franklin Delano Rooseveltsigned the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act into law in 1938. The Food,Drug, and Cosmetic Act gave structure to the Food and DrugAdministration. It remains the principal law regulating all food,beverages, drugs and medical devices in the USA today, but wasamended by the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 and the Food SafetyModernization Act of 2011. The FDA monitors the manufacture, import, transport, storage andsale of about $1 trillion worth of products annually. U.S. FDAregulated products include: . Food, Beverages, Health Supplements . Cosmetics . Veterinary Drugs . Medical Devices . Radiation-Emitting Products . Drugs: OTC, API, Prescription . Biologics: blood, tissues, vaccines . Tobacco U.S. FDA regulations for these products are found in the Code ofFederal Regulations, guidance documents, SCOGS reviews, GRASnotifications, warning letters issued to companies in violation,and in notices in the Federal register. (MORE)
Parenteral administration is any administration that is not via the GI system, meaning oral or rectal. Parenteral means "around the enteral system." Intravenous, subcutaneous, and intramuscular injections are all parenteral routes of administration. While inhalation would be considered parenteral… in the strictest sense of the word, inhalation or aerosolization of medications are not usually considered parenteral, nor is topical administration. (MORE)
1. Not as much money would have to be spent on law enforcement and prisons. People used drugs a lot in the late 1800's too, but they were not arrested for it. They'd embarrass themselves, relatives would cover for them, they'd sleep it off, etc. Yes, there would still be extreme cases like the addi…cted doctor who mutilated and killed a prostitute back then and later committed suicide while in prison, but making drugs illegal hasn't prevented such things. In recent years, people addicted to meth or bath salts have mutilated people, and that was with drugs illegal. 2. More people would be given responsibility over their lives and the right to decide what they put in their bodies. Sure, some would misuse this responsibility, but why take away this right from others who either knowingly use illicit drugs as medications or who use them for recreation, but responsibly? Why impose upon the many to protect the few? If enough people act irresponsibly, then society would adapt to where more parents would teach their children not to use, and there would be all the horror stories and missteps of others to guide the rest. 3. There would be more spiritual freedom. Indigenous peoples have traditionally used psychoactive substances, including ayahuasca, peyote, psychedelic mushrooms, cannabis, etc. To them, it is a spiritual exercise, not a recreation. Many who want to take spiritual journeys with the aid of chemicals are prevented by laws which limit such. 4. Addiction could be dealt with as a health problem, not a crime problem. Doctors and therapists would be able to help people more effectively with better dialog since there would be no possibility of arrest just for selling or using. Now, there is more incentive to lie about drug use. 5. Drugs would likely be inexpensive, since anyone could grow or manufacture them. Imagine a bag of cocaine the size of a bag of sugar and available nearly as inexpensive. That could remove the crime factor. Just think if a group of addicts decided to go in together on a huge bag of their substance of choice and stay high for several weeks without committing crimes. 6. Legalization would remove the forbidden factor. Rebellious types would no longer feel the need to rebel to drugs if they were not seen as this awful thing. A good number would just try them and move on. 7. Medical research would be more open and free. Even non-doctors could participate in the research. That is how it was in the early days of medicine. There were a number of maverick, self-styled "scientists" who made important discoveries while messing around with chemicals. Anesthesia was discovered by recreational drug users. Nitrous oxide was first used by recreational users and then dentists to put their patients to sleep. Chloroform was discovered as an anesthetic at a drug-sniffing party. Someone passed it to the guy who is credited for discovering its value as an anesthetic, and he passed out and fell out of his chair. Its first medical usage was during childbirth. That woman named her baby Anastasia in honor of the chloroform. But it is quite a dangerous drug for medical uses, and safer anesthetics have since been discovered. The value of cocaine as a local anesthetic was also discovered by recreational users. Then scientists created a synthetic version which had very little abuse potential, thus yielding Novocaine. (MORE)
Generic drugs are often more in expensive and more basic. take vicodin for example, Watson being the original vicodin, but there is oxycodone and hydro codone. Just like vicodin, their pain killers, but only contain the necessary components for killing pain. no extra un-needed chemicals. -DRUG MA…N!- (MORE)
The United States has a Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), butso does China (CFDA). Other countries might also have an FDA or anequivalent agency. People tend to forget that the USFDA does not just regulate drugs.It also regulates food (human and animal) not covered by USDA,medical devices, radi…ation emitting products, tobacco, animaldrugs, vaccines, blood & biologics. Initially, FDA'sjurisdiction was restricted to only those products involved ininterstate commerce. The definition of that has expanded in recentyears so that more items and businesses who thought they did notfall under FDA now appear to do so. Even if one ingredient fromChina is used in bread made and sold by a local bakery, that itemcould fall under FDA jurisdiction. All the previously mentioned products that are imported come underFDA when it reaches our shores. There are a huge number of productsthat are listed under the FDA Import Alert system that are subjectto refusal, detention or special examination. Although FDA does not have jurisdiction in foreign countries, FDAdoes perform a large number of inspections at foreign companiesthat make product destined for the United States. The goal of theforeign inspection program is to assure the products comply with USlaws and regulations before arriving in the U.S. (MORE)
Any water-soluble drug (most often in tablet form)...I used to take benzodiazipines that way (though there's a very unpleasant filler that collects); suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone [4:1]) is very popular for being administrated via that route.
parenteral drugs are administered from the outside of the body in many routes....a few are Intravenously, Intramuscularly, Subcutaneous, and intradermal.
FDA they approve of new drugs and also make sure our farm foods are good to eat.
This week the FDA announced the approval of a new drug combination for weight loss - containing naltrexone and bupropion. (12/6/2010)
FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring thesafety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs,biological products, medical devices, our nation's food supply,cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
Sublingual tonsils are the second pair of tonsils that extend inferiorly from the base of tongue as opposed to the pair of palatine tonsils that are seen easily in the back of the oral cavity.
big pairs of salivary glands.The sublingual glands are also in the floor of the mouth, but they are under the tongue.
Sub-lingual means under the tongue The sheer number of blood vessels under the tongue make it a perfect absorption area for many drug molecules Saul is the managing pharmacist at israelpharm.com you can ask your pharmacy related question email@example.com
One major advantage is it's easier to get a liquid into an animal than it is to get a pill or a syringe into an animal. Another benefit is that the liquid can often be flavored so the animal may choose to eat/drink the medicine rather than fight taking it.
None.... Unless you want to drain your bank.... some people are really creative with drugs though, like Kid Cudi. But drugs are bad and don't screw with your health. Every day is a gift.
There are neither advantages nor disadvantages on drugs, assuming that you are referring to drugs used to treat illnesses. When a sick person needs to take a determined drug, the concept of advantage or disadvantage becomes useless, because the patient could not survive without that drug, depending …on how serious is his disease. However, if it is possible to follow a natural treatment other than taking medicines then this alternative is very advantageous. But not all diseases can be treated with alternative medicines, herbs. Instead mentioning disadvantages, we can say that taking any medicine carefully, and following the medical doctor's directions, it will be advantageous on this sense. Drugs is a two edged sword. Thus, I can state that prevention is tremendously advantageous, instead expecting that you will always have a drug to treat you. On all situations you have to ask for help from the pharmacist about how to take the drug prescribed by the medical doctor, safely. (MORE)
Yes, the route of administration can significantly change the amount of drug absorbed and the potency of the drug.
rpmdd is the standard 5 route patient medication dose date verify that all the above are correct then administer
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a regulatory agency of the United States Federal Government, so in a sense, yes it is owned by them.
Restaurants are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration since society have a particular amount of calories that is wanted in each type of food. The drug administration can be found since food must identify the iron, calcium, and ecetera in food.
The advantage is that unless the medicine taste really bad, it'seasy to get it into the body through swallowing and not have to useneedles and stuff. The bad thing is that not all medicines can be absorbed through thestomach and still be effective.
The DEA uses the following definition: The term "addict" means any individual who habitually uses any narcotic drug so as to endanger the public morals, health, safety, or welfare, or who is so far addicted to the use of narcotic drugs as to have lost the power of self-control with reference to his …addiction. (MORE)
It regulates the products that are sent out by manufacturers to the consuming public; it ensures that the products passed the imposed criteria or standards before they get out to the market to protect the public that consume them.