What is genetic polymorphism and what does it usually

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What is genetic polymorphism, and what does it usually affect? What is G6PD, what does it help prevent and who lacks this? What are areas with extensive blood supply?What is metabolite?
Term having to do with drug actions on the body: F.? pharmacokineticsG.?pharmacodynamicsH.? pharmacogeneticsI.? placeboJ.? all of the above Drug-transport system described as "energy requiring": Pharmacological antagonists: General term having to do with actions of the body on the drug:
Drug delivery method LEAST suitable for long term (days to weeks) slow release. A.? pellet implant under the skin (subcutaneous)B.time release capsuleC.? i.m. injection of a drug-oil suspensionD.? transdermal patchE.? none of the above Most common mechanism of drug permeation: Dramatic decrease in systemic availability of a drug following oral administration is most likely due to: ? patient non-complancePatient with bad COPD; which will you give?

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