Pharmaceutical practice

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Churchill Livingstone, 1990 - 475 pages
Replaces: Cooper and Gunn's dispensing for pharmaceutical students. 12th ed. 1975.

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Contents

Types of dosage form
3
Weights measures and units
11
Fundamental operations in compounding
21
Good pharmaceutical practice in compounding
29
Formulation of dispensed products
35
Storage and stability of dispensed products
45
Containers and closures for dispensed products
53
Responding to the prescription
61
Ophthalmic products
257
Principles of quality assurance
273
Sterility testing
285
PART 4
296
Clinical applications of radiopharmaceuticals
309
Wound management products and surgical
315
Elastic hosiery
321
Medical gases
333

Labelling of dispensed medicines
73
Solutions
87
Emulsions and creams
109
Ointments pastes and gels
125
Suppositories and pessaries
135
Powders and granules
145
Oral unit dosage forms
151
Therapeutic aerosols
157
Principles of sterilization
165
Heat sterilization
171
Nonheat methods of sterilization
181
Aseptic technique
189
Parenteral products
209
Intravenous additives
227
Dispensing of cytotoxic agents
233
Patient compliance and counselling
339
Patient medication records
351
Responding to symptoms
357
Therapeutics in practice
379
Practical pharmacokinetics
385
Therapeutic drug monitoring
403
Adverse drug reactions
413
Drug information and pharmaceutical advice
421
Al Current UK pharmaceutical legislation
435
A2 NHS dispensing
443
A3 Medical abbreviations
451
AS Qualifications of practitioners
457
A8 Sources of information for compounding
463
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