Edited by Sandeep Nema and John D. Ludwig, Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms Parenteral Medication - 3 Vols Set related to Parenteral Medications, consists of packaging and formulation in the first volume, Processing and Sterilization in the second and Validation and Future and regulations in the third volume. The volume set was published in the year 2010 by Informa.
Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms:Parenteral Medications, 3/E:
Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms:Parenteral Medications, 3/E:
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Fundamentals of Pharmacy Administration:
The texts of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) concern the qualitative and quantitative composition of medicines, the tests to be carried out on medicines, on the raw materials used in the production of medicines and on the intermediates of synthesis. It contains texts covering substances, excipients and preparations for pharmaceutical use of chemical, animal, human or herbal origin, homeopathic preparations and homeopathic stocks, antibiotics, as well as dosage forms and containers. The texts also cover biologicals, blood and plasma derivatives, vaccines and radio pharmaceutical preparations. They are legally binding.
Book Version: The subscription to the two initial volumes (Vol. 1 and 2) and two supplements (Supplement 7.1 and 7.2) is now available to order.
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Since its launch, drug formulators, drug manufacturers, regulatory associations and legal bodies have established it as the go-to reference work on excipients. Pharmacists and chemists have come to rely upon it as the dependable source of pharmaceutical formulation information, and in other industries such as food formulation and cosmetics formulation it has proved its worth time and time again.
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Written by an author with more than 40 years of teaching experience in the field, Experiments in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Second Edition responds to a critical classroom need for material on directed laboratory investigations in biological and pharmaceutical chemistry. This new edition supplies 75 experiments, expanding the range of topics to 22 major areas of pharmaceutical chemistry. These include biochemical groups, botanical classes important to pharmacy, and major drug classifications:
Sections contain introductions to basic concepts underlying the fields addressed and a specific bibliography relating to each field. Each experiment provides detailed instructions in a user-friendly format, and can be carried out, in most cases, without the need for expensive instrumentation. This comprehensive laboratory manual offers much-needed instructional material for teaching laboratory classes in pharmaceutical chemistry. The breadth of subject matter covered provides a variety of choices for structuring a laboratory course.
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Sulfa Drugs (Sulfonamides)
Dr. Charles Dickson holds degrees from the University of Tampa, Wartburg Theological Seminary, Stetson University, and the University of Florida. He has retired after more than 20 years as a chemistry instructor in the nursing and pre-pharmacy program of Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory, North Carolina. During his doctoral study at the University of Florida, he held a National Institutes of Health fellowship in pharmacology. He is the author of three previous chemistry laboratory manuals, two for introductory courses and the third in medicinal chemistry. His articles in healthcare and alternative medicine have appeared in Your Health and Mother Earth News magazines, and he formerly wrote a syndicated column on these topics for the New York Times.
April 8, 2015
Format : 3000 pages
The landmark guide to internal medicine--
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Part 1 General Considerations in Clinical Medicine
Part 2 Cardinal Manifestations and Presentation of Diseases
Part 3 Genes, the Environment, and Disease
Part 4 Regenerative Medicine
Part 5 Aging
Part 6 Nutrition and Weight Loss
Part 7 Oncology and Hematology
Part 8 Infectious Diseases
Part 9 Terrorism and Clinical Medicine
Part 10 Disorders of the Cardiovascular System
Part 11 Disorders of the Respiratory System
Part 12 Critical Care Medicine
Part 13 Disorders of the Kidney and Urinary Tract
Part 14 Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System
Part 15 Immune-Mediated, Inflammatory, and Rheumatologic Disorders
Part 16 Endocrinology and Metabolism
Part 17 Neurologic Disorders
Part 18 Poisoning, Drug Overdose, and Envenomation
Part 19 Disorders Associated with Environmental Exposures
APPENDIX: Laboratory Values of Clinical Importance
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1.Introduction to the quality systems approach to cgmp compliance
1.1Overview of Quality Systems
1.2 Quality Systems and Compliance with CGMPs: Reasons for Auditing Your Laboratory
1.3 Goals of Auditing Your Laboratory
1.4 Laboratory Audit Phases
1.5 Integration with Existing Programs
1.6 Modifiable and Scalable Approach