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Administration

1. The implementation and management of a policy. A company's senior officers (such as the board of directors) set the policies and its managers (and sometimes the officers themselves) are responsible for administration.

2. In an estate, the management of the assets of a decedent until they are discharged to his/her heirs.

administration

see MANAGEMENT.
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In summary, we found that intranasal administration of dexmedetomidine 1 [micro]g/kg for premedication in children undergoing elective surgery provides significant and satisfactory sedation ('p' = 0.
When comparing the traditional method of pain relief via IV administration versus intranasal administration, the cost of a mucosal atomization device is around $4, whereas the cost of a cannula for the IV administration of medication is $0.
Scherr noted that, in the one case in which the primary endpoint was not met with intranasal glucagon, the 6-year-old child blew his nose immediately after intranasal administration of a 2-mg dose and did not absorb the medication.
Intranasal administration provides nose to brain targeting of essential oils for antimigraine effect.
intranasal administration of orexin-A on memory and performance in the monkeys.
9) The estimated systemic bioavailability by intranasal administration varies greatly from 49% (flunisolide) to less than 1% (both mometasone furoate and fluticasone propionate).
The pilot study established proof of principle for intranasal administration of ketamine for the treatment of episodic breakthrough pain in patients taking opioid analgesics for chronic pain.
All could be expeditiously tested with inhalational or intranasal administration in H5N1 models with mice, ferrets, pigs, and monkeys.
Each patient received placebo and two doses of PT-141 by intranasal administration.
Intranasal administration is well positioned to take advantage of these trends and evolve into a significant role in the future of pharmaceutical development and commercialization.
Abstract: The sedative effects of diazepam, midazolam, and xylazine after intranasal administration were evaluated in 72 (36 male and 36 female) juvenile healthy ostriches (Struthio camelus), weighing 50-61 kg and aged 4-5 months.