"Device placed under a tongue" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 31 Dec 2023

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The New York Times crossword clue for December 31, 2023 is "Device placed under a tongue". This clue is referring to a sublingual device, which is a small, discreet device that is placed under the tongue and used to deliver medication directly into the bloodstream. This type of device is often used to deliver medications that need to be taken quickly, such as those used to treat anaphylactic shock or other life-threatening conditions. Sublingual devices are also increasingly being used to deliver medications for chronic conditions, such as diabetes, as they provide a more efficient and convenient way to take medication.

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