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We Go Together Like Parenteral Drug Delivery and Certain Drug Properties

Amanda Stevenson-Grund - Friday, June 30, 2017

“Parenteral drug administration, in which a drug is introduced directly across the body’s barrier defenses into the systemic circulation or some other tissue space, immediately overcomes barriers that can limit the effectiveness of orally administered drugs.” - Principles of Pharmacology: The Pathophysiologic Basis of Drug Therapy. Edited by David E. Golan, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008

A syringe represents drug delivery in parenteral drugs

Peanut butter and jelly, peas and carrots, Kirk and Spock – all are common examples of great combinations. A great pairing is also important when it comes to parenteral drug delivery and the medications delivered via this route. Drugs that are well-suited for parenteral drug delivery are those that are not bioavailable when administered orally, that are destroyed by digestive enzymes or that are irritating when delivered via other routes of administration.

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Your Best Shot: Types of Parenteral Drug Delivery Methods

Amanda Stevenson-Grund - Friday, June 16, 2017

Injections are among the most common health care procedures throughout the world, with at least 16 billion administered in developing and transitional countries each year.”
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Jin, et al. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2015; 9: 923

A syringe represents the types of parenteral drugs in drug delivery

A big shot is someone important. However, in the medical field, all types of shots, or injectable or parenteral administration methods, are important. The three most common types of parenteral drugs are intramuscular, subcutaneous and intravenous.

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Perfectly Parenteral: Advantages of Parenteral Drug Delivery

Amanda Stevenson-Grund - Friday, June 02, 2017

The evident advantages of parenteral injection are the reliability and precision of dosage and the generally rapid onset of action of the drug,” – Schou, “Chapter 4: Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Injection of Drugs.” Concepts in Biochemical Pharmacology, Part 1. 1971; 28: 47

A parenteral drug like this one can improve adherence

Patients and caregivers of patients who are afraid of needles may wonder why any medication is given in the form of shots. However, parenteral drug delivery has unique advantages. Parenteral drugs can improve adherence, act immediately and allow the administrator to control drug delivery.

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