Friday, July 18, 2014

Medication Administration Practice Test

Medications can be delivered via several different routes. This practice test highlights twelve different ways to administer medications. Thanks for visiting Student Survive 2 Thrive!

Directions
  1. Click on the first graphic below to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide or thumbnail at the bottom to advance to the next slide.
Additional study guides:

Medication Administration Study Guide

Free Medical Terminology Practice Test

Type of injection made into muscular tissue

IM injection definition

Dost of medicine given in blood over short time

Bolus definition

Medication placed under tongue
Sublingual medication definition


Medication given through nose or mouth

Inhalation medication definition

Medication given into middle layers of skin

Intradermal medication definition

Medication given through a patch on skin

Transdermal medication definition

Medication given into a vein

IV medication definition

Medication given by suppository or liquid

Rectal medication definition

Medication given into fatty layer below skin

SC medication definition

Medication given by rubbing onto skin

Topical medication definition

IV line that is in more than 7 days

PICC line definition

Medication given by mouth

Oral medication definition

Free Medical Terminology Study Guide

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