Parenteral

Definition of Parenteral:

Not in or through the digestive system, introduced otherwise than by way of the intestines and occurring outside the intestine.  Examples are intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular, or intramedullary injection.

Topics Related to Parenteral

Eclampsia / Preeclampsia

...recommendation Magnesium
“...The backbone of management continues to be parenteral (intravenous) administration of magnesium sulfate and delivery as soon as the fetus is mature or when maternal risks outweigh any risks to the fetus...”

NADH

...as a treatment
“...In one study of 885 subjects with Parkinson's disease, half received oral NADH and half received parenteral NADH with similar results...”
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Topical Applications

...as a treatment
“...As a route of administration, topical medications are contrasted with enteral (in the digestive tract) and parenteral administration (injected into the circulatory system)...”

TPN

...related topic
“Total Parenteral Nutrition: Can provide all or most of a patient's nutrient requirements by intravenous means...”
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