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Pharmacists in Industry
Gastrointestinal ond Liver Drugs 666
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absorption acetate acid activity administration adult adverse effects agents anemia anesthesia anesthetic antacid anticoagulant antimuscarinic barbiturates benzodiazepines Betamethasone block blood calcium carbonate cardiac cause cells chloride chloroform chronic clinical compounds concentration contraindicated crystalline powder crystals decrease Description—White disease diuretic divided doses Dosage Form—Injection Dosage Form—Tablets Dose—Oral drug duration of action edema enzyme epinephrine ester estrogens ether ethyl excreted glucocorticoids half-life heparin hepatic hormone Hydrochloride hypercalcemia hypertension hypotension increase initially injection insoluble insulin intravenous levodopa liver melts metabolism mg a day mg/kg mL alcohol mL water muscle nausea norepinephrine occur odorless once a day oral oxide patients phosphate plasma potassium Preparation—By produce progestins protein radioactive reactions receptors renal salt side effects skin slightly soluble sodium Solubility—1 soluble soluble in alcohol soluble in water solution sulfate sympathomimetics Tablets tachycardia theophylline therapeutic therapy thyroid tion tissue toxicity treatment urine Uses—A usually Various Mfrs vitamin vomiting