I have been sick for 3 days. Running a fever of about 102.2 is the average. Occassionaly higher/lower. My glands have been extrememly swollen for the entire three days. Also, I have white puss balls ...
to the gambia,and places like india etc,i think he has had all the relevant injections and tablets for the main types of diseases,can he become a carrier only of some of those diseases,and pass them ...
My throat started to hurt very badly about 2 days ago. It hurt worse whenever I swallowed, and I had a low fever that was 101.5 at its highest. I felt achy and I had a little bit of a headache too. ...
well sublingual means the route of administration of drugs by keeping the medicine under the route and allowing the drug to b absorbed by the mucous membrane and den to b passed into d blood circulation.it is quite faster in action than oral route but much slower den injections.but drugs like praldehyde can't b given orally.
Sublingual means beneath the tongue. The sublingual route of administration of a drug provides an absorption route that bypasses the liver, hence avoiding the first pass effect due to metabolism of the drug by the liver before it reaches the systemic circulation. It also means that more of the drug is available for its effects as compared to the drug being given by the oral route.
Sublingual means "pertaining to under the tongue."
under the tongue, some medications, such as Nitroglycerine tablets are taken sublingually, and temperatures are taken with an oral thermometer sublingually.
It means 'beneath the tongue'.
It's often used in the context of medicines that are placed under the tongue.
Used in a sentence:
The doctor gave her sub-lingual Morphine. I put one under her tongue to relieve her pain, and two under mine for the same reason.
under the tongue. It's a Latin word... sub = under, lingua = tongue