What does translingual route mean?
Question posted by Marcia scott on 24 Sep 2017
Last updated on 27 September 2017 by Windchimes123
My friend Masso gave you a good answer.
In different ares it's also called sublingual. The mouth is very vascular (it's why it bleeds so much) so it's a faster route for pills to be absorbed into the system as Masso explained.
A good example is nitro for chest pain. It is placed under the tongue and melts.
Translingual-Drug absorption through the tongue into systemic circulation after application on the tongue (spray).
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