The only antibiotic besides tetracyclines that bind to 30S are?
If patient is vomiting and you want to give medication, which route is good?
Rectal route - commonly used to administer antiemetic agents.
Give the four pharmacokinetic properties?
IV bolus vs IV infusion?
Bolus = direct effect.
Infusion = takes more time, lower peak plasma concentrations.
Charge and passage of drugs through membranes?
A drug pass through membranes if it is uncharged
Patient is in shock, you want to give drug parenteral. What's good to have in mind?
Shock will reduce blood flow to cutaneous tissues - minimizing absorption from subcutaneous administration.
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