Routes of administration

Routes of administration

Routes of administration

Routes of administration
(this list is not exhaustive)
List of pharmaceutical products
marketed in Canada
BuccalAccess
DentalAccess
DialysisAccess
EpiduralAccess
ExtracorporealAccess
InhalationAccess
InstillationAccess
IntracavernosalAccess
IntracerebroventricularAccess
IntracervicalAccess
IntradermalAccess
Intraintestinal (Upper)Access
IntramuscularAccess
IntraocularAccess
IntraperitonealAccess
IntraspinalAccess
IntrathecalAccess
IntratrachealAccess
IntrauterineAccess
IntravascularAccess
IntravenousAccess
IntravesicalAccess
IntravitrealAccess
IrrigationAccess
NasalAccess
OphthalmicAccess
OralAccess
OticAccess
PercutaneousAccess
RectalAccess
SubarachnoidalAccess
SubcutaneousAccess
SubgingivalAccess
SublingualAccess
SubmucosalAccess
TopicalAccess
TransdermalAccess
UrethralAccess
VaginalAccess

Notice

The lists contain a copy of the information in the Drug Product Database of Health Canada.
The author, Michelle Maroupas, is not responsible for incomplete or erroneous information that may be found in the Health Canada Database and/or in the lists of pharmacyspace.ca.


Medications newly marketed in Canada don’t always immediately appear in the data extracts of Health Canada of the following month. Therefore, even if theses lists are updated monthly, it can take up to two months for a new medication to appear in them.

The AHFS class of active ingredients regularly undergo reassignments. These lists may not always reflect those changes.

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Adapted and reproduced with permission from the Minister of Health, 2019.

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