parenterally


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par·en·ter·al

 (pă-rĕn′tər-əl)
adj.
1. Physiology Located outside the digestive tract.
2. Medicine Taken into the body or administered in a manner other than through the digestive tract, as by intravenous or intramuscular injection.

par·en′ter·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.parenterally - by parenteral means; "the drug is intended to be administered parenterally"
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Under Regulation 238 of The Human Medicines Regulations 2012, a person may parenterally administer a prescription only medicine specified in Schedule 19 where this is for the purpose of saving life in an emergency.
The new facility in Stein will be fully incorporated into Lonza's offering and will give pharma and biotech customers immediate access to the full range of development, testing and manufacturing services for parenterally administered medicines.
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Before surgery, antibiotic and dexamethasone (0.15 mg/kg) treatments were given parenterally to all patients.
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Administered orally, parenterally, or topically, the drug is a muscle relaxant, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic commonly used to treat rheumatologic and orthopedic disorders.
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WHO recommends 300 mg of oral nicotinamide or 100 mg parenterally daily in divided doses.