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Question:

What dosing instruction is consistent with enteral medication administration?

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Explaination

Enteral administration simply means that the gastrointestinal tract is used, while parenteral routes do not rely on the gastrointestinal tract. In addition to the traditional oral route, sublingual and rectal drug administration are considered enteral routes of administration. On the other hand, injection, inhalation, and topical application are examples of parenteral routes of administration.