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parenteral

[pər′ent·ə·rəl]
(medicine)
Outside the intestine; not via the alimentary tract.
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Post-infection analysis of the mosquitoes demonstrated 100% infection rate in the parenterally infected mosquitoes and > 50% in oral fed mosquitoes.
procera when administered parenterally in animals at dose of 3 -5 mg/kg body weight liver function was not impaired by measuring ALT enzyme.
AMR-001 now enjoys greater protection in terms of its CD34 cell content and the indications for its use, which include treating any vascular injury caused by vascular insufficiency, covering CD34 stem cells sourced from bone marrow or peripheral blood and administered parenterally into an artery, vein or muscle.
Since antifungal drugs like amphoterecin B have been used both parenterally as well as in the form of intrapleural infusion over decades, newer antifungals like itraconazole, voriconazole as well as posaconazole are also effective.
Captisol is a well-proven technology from that perspective as it has been through hundreds of pre-clinical and clinical studies to indicate that it is safe when administered parenterally or orally and does not exhibit the nephrotoxicity that has been shown with some other cyclodextrins.
Hepatitis C virus infection is a blood borne infectious disease primarily transmitted parenterally.
The majority of large-molecule pharmaceuticals have to be administered parenterally, except for the oral polio vaccine, the nasal flu vaccine, and, most recently, pulmonary insulin.
5% solution) or parenterally (as 10% solution) (6).
Post-operatively the patient was ventilated, continued on broad spectrum antibiotics, transfused packed red cells, fed parenterally initally, and haemofiltered for acute renal failure.
The maltose-independent test strip is designed to prevent the interference of maltose (malt sugar) on blood sugar readings, which can occur in rare cases when drugs containing or metabolizing to maltose are parenterally administered.
Until recently, trials of insulin administered parenterally, orally, or intranasally have been unsuccessful.
Gastrointestinal Permeation Enhancement Technology GIPET's unique approach allows drugs that currently can only be given parenterally (injectable) to be converted into oral (tablet/capsule) forms, as well as improving the absorption of current oral drugs.