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Administration Methods


Effects on gram-positive microorganisms are usually provided by cephalosporins or vancomycin, and on gram-negative ones by aminoglycosides.
Initially, loading doses are administered intravenously, and a constant plasma concentration is maintained by the administration of an antibiotic intraperitoneally.
Since the intraperitoneal concentration of the drug is equalized with its plasma level, the concentration of the drug in the dialysate should be the same as that required in the plasma.
For example, if a concentration of 7 mg / dl is desired, a concentration of 7 mg / dl should also be maintained in the dialysate.
DIRECT INTRODUCTION
The penetration of a drug substance through the skin depends on its permeability, blood flow, moisture and the presence of damage.
The highest permeability during transdermal administration is possessed by fat-soluble preparations applied to wet skin.
Currently, the only systemic drugs commonly used percutaneously are nitroglycerin, clonidine, fentanyl, and scopolamine.
Since the distribution of the drug through the skin often requires a significant period, the onset of exposure is usually delayed.
The skin acts as a reservoir, so the removal of medicines (for example, fentanyl stickers, nitroglycerin paste) does not immediately stop the action of the drug.
Resorption (systemic absorption of dermatological preparations
High concentration local corticosteroids, applied to large areas, sometimes provide significant systemic absorption.
Long-term use of long-acting fluorinated local corticosteroids inhibits the function of the pituitary-adrenal system, especially if they are applied to inflamed skin under dressings.
Some topical antibiotics used to treat burns can also cause metabolic acidosis (mafenide) or salt loss (sodium nitrate) (see chapter 41).
Ophthalmic Medicines
Even eye drops can be absorbed in significant concentration if they are used frequently or in high doses or if there is significant inflammation or trauma to the cornea.
Corticosteroids and P-blockers (e.g. timolol) have a systemic effect if they are injected into the eyes. (Intraocular P-blockers are contraindicated in asthma or congestive heart failure.)
Oral administration of drugs
The bioavailability of orally administered drugs is limited by exposure to an acidic environment, poor penetration through the intestinal wall and metabolism during the first passage through the liver.
Effective oral therapy requires good intestinal motility, adequate blood supply to the mucous membrane, and epithelial integrity.
Patients with intestinal obstruction, insufficient intestinal perfusion, atrophic or damaged epithelium are unsuitable objects for oral therapy.
Medicines in the form of aqueous solutions are absorbed faster than those administered in oil solutions.
Non-ionized drugs are absorbed more intensely than ionized ones.
Some poorly absorbed medicines (for example, vancomycin, polymyxin) are specially administered orally to locally affect the gastrointestinal tract.
Means that are destroyed by acidic pH can be partially protected by a special coating, others, on the contrary, require an acidic medium for activation or absorption, for example, sucralfate, ketoconazole and iron.
This circumstance deserves special attention if the patient receives antacids.
Liquid oral preparations such as sodium potassium ion exchange resin (Kayexalate) or intestinal preparations, such as saline or polyethylene glycol, may result in fluid overload, although this is not often taken into account.
SUBLINGUAL INTRODUCTION
Since only minimal amounts of drugs are absorbed through the intact oral epithelium, powerful and fat-soluble preparations are suitable for effective sublingual (sublingual) administration.
Nitroglycerin is one of the few drugs that satisfy these requirements.
In case of ingestion and absorption through the intestine, nitroglycerin is rapidly destroyed by the metabolism of the first passage through the liver.
However, since the drug absorbed from the hyoid plexus penetrates directly into the superior vena cava, its bioavailability increases.
RECTAL INTRODUCTION
Rectal administration of certain drugs is sometimes convenient to use in children who resist patients, in patients with unsecured venous access, persistent vomiting and / or bowel obstruction.
The hepatic metabolism of the first passage, although less active with rectally applied drugs than with oral administration, is quite significant.
Unfortunately, rectal administration often leads to incorrect and incomplete absorption, and therefore it is less desirable than oral or parenteral administration.
Rectal administration is best limited to sedatives, antiemetics, antipyretic and mild laxatives, as well as theophylline preparations.
Intravesical Introduction
Amphotericin bladder lavage is commonly used when yeast is found in the urine, although this procedure is of limited value.
If the microflora of Candida or Aspergillus is detected in the bladder, as evidenced by fungal forms, or accumulations of fungi in the urine, or histological confirmation of their introduction into the walls of the bladder, you should turn to the intravenous administration of amphotericin.
Yeast in the patient's urine in the absence of clinical symptoms rarely requires treatment, especially in patients with prolonged standing of urinary catheters.
If treatment is necessary, oral administration of imidazole is effective.
Intravesical administration can lead to hyponatremia if aqueous solutions are used, and the use of isotonic saline can cause fluid overload.
To eliminate bleeding after surgery on the urinary tract, bladder lavage is often used with solutions containing glycine.
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Administration Methods

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    All methods of administering drugs are divided into two types: • without violating the integrity of the skin: orally (inside), rectally, inhalation, intranasally, sublingually, transdermally; • with violation of the integrity of the skin: subcutaneously, intramuscularly, intravenously, in the pleural cavity, peritoneum, joints, intralumbal, in the ventricles of the brain. In the early stages of life, there are features of both recycling and
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