The need for chemical compatibility studies of subcutaneous medication combinations used in palliative care.


When a person with a life-limiting illness is unable to swallow, the subcutaneous route of administration is a widely used way of administering many medications, either as repeated bolus injections or by continuous infusions to complement transdermal, sublingual, or rectal routes of administration. To optimize symptom control as changes are made from other… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15360280903098382

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