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Route of administration: Quiz


Question 1: intrathecal (into the spinal canal) is most commonly used for spinal ________ and chemotherapy
Pain managementAnesthesiaMedicineSurgery

Question 2: This can be illustrated by the action of naloxone (Narcan), an antagonist of opiates such as ________.

Question 3: The ________ properties of a drug (that is, those related to processes of uptake, distribution, and elimination) are critically influenced by the route of administration.
PharmacologyPharmacokineticsPsychopharmacologyAntibiotic resistance

Question 4: A route of administration in ________ and toxicology is the path by which a drug, fluid, poison, or other substance is brought into contact with the body.
Pharmaceutical drugAntibioticPharmacologyH2 antagonist

Question 5: Injection incompasses ________ (IV), intramuscular (IM), and subcutaneous (subcut) [7]
Intraosseous infusionIntravenous therapyCream (pharmaceutical)Enema

Question 6: It is the most dangerous route of administration because it bypasses most of the body's natural defenses, exposing the user to health problems such as hepatitis, ________, infections, and undissolved particles or additives/contaminants
AbscessCellulitisSystemic lupus erythematosusImpetigo

Question 7: Naloxone counteracts opiate action in the ________ when given intravenously and is therefore used in the treatment of opiate overdose.
White matterNeuronGrey matterCentral nervous system

Question 8: ear drops - such as antibiotics and ________ for otitis externa
Sex steroidMineralocorticoidGlucocorticoidCorticosteroid

Question 9: In acute situations, in ________ and intensive care medicine, drugs are most often given intravenously.
Physician assistantGeneral practitionerPhysicianEmergency medicine

Question 10: Enteral is any form of administration that involves any part of the ________:
Colorectal cancerAscending cholangitisPeritonitisHuman gastrointestinal tract

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