parenteral

Administration of a substance to an animal by any route other than the alimentary canal.

Parenteral

Inoculation into the body (not by mouth)

parenteral

[adj] - (medicine) administered by means other than through the alimentary tract (as by intramuscular or intravenous injection) 2. [adj] - (physiology) located outside the alimentary tract
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Parenteral

the introduction of a substance into the body by any route other than the digestive tract, such as through a vein or muscle
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Parenteral

Referring to the introduction to the body of drugs or fluids by routes other than the mouth or rectum, for instance intravenously (through a vein) or subcutaneously (through the skin)
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Parenteral

Administered by any way other than through the mouth.
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Parenteral

Parenteral: Entering the body not by the alimentary tract but rather by another means (such as the subcutaneous, the intramuscular, or often the intravenous route). From para- (Greek for 'apart from') + enteral (from the Greek 'enteron' meaning 'intestine') = apart from the intestine.
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parenteral

<pharmacology> Not through the alimentary canal but rather by injection through some other route, as subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraorbital, intracapsular, intraspinal, intrasternal, intravenous, etc. ... Origin: Gr. Enteron = intestine ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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parenteral

adjective located outside the alimentary tract
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parenteral

(pә-ren┬┤tәr-әl) by some route other than through the alimentary canal, such as by subcutaneous, intramuscular, intrasternal, or intravenous injection.
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parenteral

(para- + Gr. enteron intestine) not through the alimentary canal but rather by injection through some other route, as subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraorbital, intracapsular, intraspinal, intrasternal, intravenous, etc.
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parenteral

administered intravenously or by injection. For example, medications or vaccines may be administered by injection into the fatty layer immediately below the skin (subcutaneous), or into the muscle (intramuscular). Medications, but not vaccines, can also be administered into a vein (intravenously).
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parenteral

Type: Term Pronunciation: pă-ren′tĕr-ăl Definitions: 1. By some other means than through the gastrointestinal tract; refers particularly to the introduction of substances into an organism by intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular, or intramedullary injection.
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parenteral

By injection (i.e., not by the oral route); injectable.
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parenteral

nutrients given by injection into a vein, bypassing the gastrointestinal tract.
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Parenteral

a substance or drug administered in any way but the mouth, e.g. by injection
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parenteral

See definition under anesthesia
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