ROUTES OF DRUG ADMINISTRATION
2 General Pharmacology 2 1.Topical: Drug is applied to the skin or mucous membrane at various sites for local action. a.Oral cavity: As a suspension, e.g. nystatin; as a troche, e.g. clotrimazole (for oral candidiasis); as a cream, e.g. acyclovir (for herpes labialis); as ointment and jelly, e.g. 5% lignocaine hydrochloride (for topical anaesthesia); as a spray, e.g. 10% lignocaine ...
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