13 Terms to Remember chewable tablet oral disintegrating tablet (ODT) a solid oral dosage form meant to be chewed; readily absorbed; commonly prescribed for school-age childrenoral disintegrating tablet (ODT)a solid oral dosage form designed to dissolve quickly on the tongue for oral absorption and ease of administration without water
21 Terms to Remember sustained-release (SR) dosage form a delayed-release dosage form that allows less frequent dosing than an immediate-release dosage formextended-release (XL) dosage forma tablet or capsule designed to reduce frequency of dosing compared with immediate-release and most sustained-release forms
29 Terms to Remember granules effervescent salts a dosage form larger than powders that is formed by adding very small amounts of liquid to powderseffervescent saltsgranular salts that release gas and dispense active ingredients into solution when placed in water
36 Terms to Remember paste plaster a water-in-oil (W/O) emulsion containing more solid material than an ointmentplastera solid or semisolid, medicated or non-medicated preparation that adheres to the skin
56 Terms to Remember magma microemulsion a milklike liquid colloidal dispersion in which particles remain distinct, in a two-phase system (e.g., milk of magnesia)microemulsiona clear formulation that contains one liquid of extremely fine sized droplets dispersed in another liquid (e.g., Haley’s M-O)
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