The Pharmacy Technician Series: Compounding
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Medical - 169 pages
Part of the Prentice Hall Pharmacy Technician Series, Compounding is a comprehensive book exploring the art and science of extemporaneous compounding. It covers the principles of compounding, terms, equipment, dosage forms, formulations, techniques and a "how-to" on preparing standards compounds. Pharmacy Technician students and professionals.
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