Unformatted text preview: creams, transdermal, gels, otic, and nasal forms. Patients with special needs such as a patient that cannot swallow medications may have to have his or her medications compounded into suppository or a dissolvable form. A child would need to have his or her medications compounded into liquid or gel form. Phenergan comes in tablet, liquid, and gel form. The gel form is useful for patients that are unable to hold down liquids or solids. The type of patient whether it be a human or animal will need to be considered to make sure the dosage form is made for the patient....
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course HCP210 HCP210 taught by Professor Barbara during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11