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Route of administration and rational for open reduction internal fixation?

Hi there I have a question can you explain the route of administration and rationale for an open reduction internal fixation?
Asked On : Sat, 10 Mar 2012
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Hi,

Your question doesn't make sense. Route of administration is the way you take a drug, which can be one of many ways like oral(mouth), intramuscular(in the muscle), intravenous(in the vein) etc. Open Reduction internal fixation is a procedure that is done ti fix fractures that cannot be treated with closed reduction and a cast. Please be clear about what you want to know.

Good luck

Answered: Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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