A useful route of administration is per os.
A preferred route of administration is the intranasal route.
Topical administration is a preferred route of administration.
Route of administration of test chemical and rationale for the choice of exposure route
The parenteral route of administration is preferable, including the subcutaneous, intraperitoneal, intravenous or intranasal routes.
If the chemical is administered in the drinking water or mixed in the diet, it should be continuously available.
This administration route results in an improved therapeutic effect and reduced side effect profile as compared to the previously used clinical administration route, i.e. oral or parenteral (intravenous) administration.
Any suitable dosing may be used, e.g., intravenous, subcutaneous, or oral dosing.
While the method of the present invention contemplates administering the drug by all the medication routes other than orally, the preferred route is via inhalation.
The appropriate route shall be chosen on the following basis
Chemicals may be administered by any appropriate route, including implantation (e.g. medical device testing).
The drug can be administered using an administration route.
The drug can be administered by any route.
Although preferable administration is intravascular, it is contemplated that other parenteral administration routes such as intraperitoneal, intramuscular or subdermal injection, for example, may prove useful.
The conjugates of the invention, when administered by any of a number of administration routes, exhibits advantages over previously administered compounds.
Selection of the route should take into consideration the route(s) most relevant for human exposure.
The progesterone receptor antagonist can be administrated to a pregnant swine via an appropriate route of administration, such as orally, intramuscularly or intravaginally.