How to Administer

Most medications are taken by mouth but many are given as drops, ointments, skin patches, self injections, suppositories, and with an inhaler. Learn, step-by-step, how to use your medications and to make sure all your drugs are being properly stored.

Your medicine can only work correctly if it is administered properly in the body. Click the links below for helpful illustrations that show the right way to use eye, ear, and nose drops; eye ointments; inhalers; and suppositories.

 

 

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Nov 4, 2013
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While cancers of the lips, cheek, palate and tongue are less common than other cancers, they can be fatal. However, early detection and treatment can improve your chances for survival and recovery dramatically, according to doctors at Washington University.
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