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Common drugs used in the Emergency Room
Common drugs used in the Emergency Room
Common drugs used in the Emergency Room By Henry Feldman, ?2001 (Edited by Lewis Nelson, MD) Routes of administration IV Intravenous administration is when the drug is given in liquid form directly into a vein. This is often done by placing a venous catheter to allow easy administration. IM Direct injection into the muscle. Often a painful mode of administration, and provides a slow route of absorption. PO By mouth (Per Orum). Typically intermediate between IM and IV in speed of absorption. (is