Vaginal drug administration

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/6/11 Vaginal drug  administration Group 8 Clea Nazar Ana Silvino Janelle Macandile Sharlie Reyes Chelsy Carlos Ann Perez Katherine Narcise Jan Rick Burac
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2/6/11 Some drugs may be administered vaginally to women as a solution, tablet, cream, gel, suppository, or ring. The drug is slowly absorbed through the vaginal wall. This route is often used to give estrogen to women at menopause, because the drug helps prevent thinning of the vaginal wall, an effect of menopause
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2/6/11 Uses.   Vaginal drug administration has been used mainly for the treatment or management of local conditions, particularly those of infectious nature. Administration of local spermicides and cleansing products is also a current practice. In later years, development of vaginal rings and other improved delivery systems boosted the use of steroidal hormonal as contraceptives or in hormonal
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2/6/11 The drug forms used in vaginal route of medication administration are tablet liquid
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