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Animal Injection

Stereotaxic Administration

Stereotaxic Administration

Stereotaxic injections are given using x,y,z coordinates to a specific location and depth. To learn more about stereotaxic administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intracisternal Administration

Intracisternal Administration

To learn more about Intrahippocampal injections of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Foot Pad Administration

Foot Pad Administration

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Intrapleural Administration

Intrapleural Administration

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Intraventicular Administration

Intraventicular Administration

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Intracerebral Administration

Intracerebral Administration

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Intravitreal-Injection Administration

Intravitreal-Injection Administration

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Pharyngeal-Distillation Administration

Pharyngeal-Distillation Administration

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Subconjunctival Administration

Subconjunctival Administration

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Trans-corneal Administration

Trans-corneal Administration

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In Vitro Administration

In Vitro Administration

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Intrabursal (Ovary) Administration

Intrabursal (Ovary) Administration

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Ex Vivo Administration

Ex Vivo Administration

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Intravenous Administration Through the Jugular

Intravenous Administration Through the Jugular

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Intracerebroventricular Administration

Intracerebroventricular Administration

Intracerebroventricular administration is used to administer drugs directly into the cerebral ventricles system. To learn more about Intracerebroventricular administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intranasal Administration

Intranasal Administration

Nasal administration can be used to deliver drugs for either local or systemic effect. To learn more about Intranasal administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intraperitoneal Administration

Intraperitoneal Administration

Intraperitoneal or IP is the injection of a drug into the peritoneum. To learn more about Intraperitoneal administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intramuscular Administration

Intramuscular Administration

Intramuscular (IM) is used when small volumes of drug are delivered directly to the muscle. To learn more about Intramuscular administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intradefect Administration

Intradefect Administration

Intradefect or bone injections are given directly to the injured bone. To learn more about Intradefect administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intravaginal Administration

Intravaginal Administration

Intravaginal administration is delivered directly to the vaginal mucosum. To learn more about Intradefect administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intrarectal Adminstration

Intrarectal Adminstration

Intrarectal adminstration of Clodrosome is given directly through the rectum. To learn more about Intrarectal adminstration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intra-Articular Administration

Intra-Articular Administration

Intra-articular or joint administration is delivered directly into the joint. To learn more about Intradefect administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Invasive Intratracheal Instillation

Invasive Intratracheal Instillation

Invasive intratracheal instillation has been described as essentially a tracheotomy. To learn more about Invasive Intratracheal Instillation of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intravenous Adminisitration (retro-orbital)

Intravenous Adminisitration (retro-orbital)

Retro-orbital administration is delivered directly to the venous sinus and is a good alternative to the tail vein injection. To learn more about retro-orbital administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Intravenous Administration (tail vein)

Intravenous Administration (tail vein)

The intravenous tail vein injection takes advantage of the accessibility of both lateral tail veins. To learn more about tail vein administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Subcutaneous Administration

Subcutaneous Administration

Subcutaneous injection is administered as a bolus into the subcutis, the layer of skin directly below the dermis and epidermis.To learn more about subcutaneous administration of Clodrosome click here:Read more
Intradermal Administration

Intradermal Administration

Intradermal or ID injections are given directly to the dermis. To learn more about Intradermal administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more
Aerosol Administration

Aerosol Administration

Aerosol Administration delivers the drugs directly to the respiratory tract. To learn more about Aerosol administration of Clodrosome click here: Read more

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