Because medication enters directly into the bloodstream through an IV but pills must dissolve before they can enter the bloodstream
Yes, medication has to enter the bloodstream to take effect, although it usually goes through the digestive system first.
Medications or drugs are digested in liver and intestine and with portal system they enter the main blood stream. These are made so that they can enter into the stream orally or by other means.
it takes about 5 mins if yuu smoke it in a joint, ingested is about 20 mins and vaporizing it takes about 5 mins
how does alcohol enter the bloodstream?
A chewable vitamin will dissolve and enter your blood more quickly if it is broken into smaller pieces by chewing.
you breathe it in
Oxygen needs to enter the bloodstream so that the lungs can carry oxygen to all parts of the body
Carbon dioxide enters the bloodstream at the systemic capillaries. It leaves the bloodstream at the alveolar capillaries.
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The carbonation helps the alcohol enter the body slightly faster, but it is the total amount of alcohol ingested that determines how drunk you get.
Though the lungs... It enters the lungs and the aveloli in the terminal end of the lung causes lung to enter the bloodstream.
By digestion food particles get assimilated, then they are absorbed by villi of intestine. This is where they get mixed with the bloodstream.
Through the capillaries
It only takes about 15 minutes for chocolate to enter the bloodstream. Although it takes up to 3 hours to get it out of your bloodstream. This is caused by many things including the amount of sugar and dairy in this delicious snack.
Chemotherapy is medication that is usually given intravenously to kill cancer cells. These drugs enter the bloodstream and travel to all parts of the body, killing cancer cells that have spread to different organs.
Vitamins that are water- soluble directly enter the bloodstream. Examples of these vitamins are B vitamins, biotin, pantothenic acid, folate and vitamin C.
The bloodstream is the roads, the railways, and the airports of the body. Everything that goes from one part of the body to another enters the bloodstream at some point.
Through the lungs, just as oxygen does
intravenously / injection