crush food with your teeth? quite simple its chew
There is a big chance you could die because of the toxins in the tablet. Do not chew.
swallow it whole - do not crush it or chew it.
no. just swallow it whole with something to drink.
you don't have to chew them to make them work. but chewing them and any other tablet medication will make it work faster
so that your hamster can chew on your genitals
No they do not. They crush the shells of clams and eat the soft part.
No. The XR stands for extended release. Extended release medications work because it takes the acid in your stomach longer to digest part of the medicine in the capsule. It isn't possible to create a tablet that does the same thing.
Intuniv is packaged as a time-released medication. That means the tablet must be intact, or the entire 24 hours worth of meds will dissolve very quickly -- you'll get a large dose of the meds right away, followed by 23 hours of no meds. As with all time-released meds, you should not cut, chew, or crush an Intuniv tablet.
mash, nash CHEW!
The crayfish's mouth is located underneath their head. They are able to chew and crush their food by the mandibles.
Nursing responsibilities when giving Felodipine are to give medication without regard to meals, monitor cardiac rhythm regularly until dosage stabilized, monitor vital signs carefully, have patient swallow tablet whole, do not crush or chew. There is a name alert on Felodipine, do not confuse with isorsorbide.