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Asked by Andrew, Last updated: Jan 07, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

No, false-sublingual tablets, placed under the tongue buccal tablets: held in the buccal cavity advantage: rapid absorption and onset of action action is usually systemic, rather than localized to the mouth what is the buccal cavity? (located between the cheek and molar teeth) why are the buccal cavity and the sublingual route particularly useful? (rapid absorption and onset of action in these areas) why are medications given by these routes so rapidly absorbed? (no pass through effect of the liver) why are the effects of drugs given by these routes systemic rather than local? (absorbed more rapidly)

 

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