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Administer

Managed care To direct and manage personnel—e.g., to administer a programme.
Medspeak Give, provide
Therapeutics To apply a substance—by injection, inhalation, ingestion or by other means—to the body of a patient or research subject by either a health practitioner or his authorised agent and under his direction, or by the patient or research subject himself.

administer

Pharmacology verb To apply a substance–by injection, inhalation, ingestion or by other means, to the body of a Pt or research subject by either a health practitioner or his authorized agent and under his direction, or by the Pt or research subject himself. Cf Dispense Medtalk → Vox populi Give.
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The administering entity is responsible for determining whether modifying the peer review report to reflect the limitation in scope is required.
Be sure to refer to the medication record prior to administering any medication.
Liehr was also surprised to find that he could not prevent the formation of DNA adducts in the liver by administering either vitamin C or another chemical to the animals.
District Monitoring officer, Nasir Shahzad led the task force team and said that DC had directed to lodge cases against schools over refusal of administering drops to the kids.
On Monday, the elder of Akakhel clan, Haji Jannat Gul Khan, marked the inauguration of the anti-polio drive by administering anti-polio vaccine to his children, said a statement issued here.
During campaign the refusing parents will be persuaded for administering polio drops to their children.
Polio teams will also be available at railway stations, bus stands and other public places to ensure administering anti-polio drops to each and every child.
About 26,000 thousand teams have been constituted, which will visit door to door to ensure administering anti-polio drops to the children, Radio Pakistan reported.
Deputy Commissioner Nadir Chatha has ordered strict action against those parents who refused administering drops to their children.
Polio teams will also be available at railway stations, bus stands and public places to ensure administering anti-polio drops to every child.
Polio teams remained available at railway stations, bus stands, public places and Afghan Refugees camps to ensure administering of anti-polio drops to every child.
Polio teams will also be available at railway stations, bus stands, public places and Afghan Refugees camps to ensure administering of anti-polio drops to every child.