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Hospital pharmacist have been involved with the preparation of parenteral dosage forms for several decades Was only compounding sterile intravenous, intrathecal, ophthalmic, and irrigating solutions that were not available commercially.
Parenteral comes from a geek words “para” and “enteron” =outside the intestine Injection medication into veins and through subcutaneous tissue.
The first needle was made from a quill attached to an animal bladder Lack of aseptic techniques and sterile, pure drugs causer failure in parenteral therapy until 19th century.