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Compounding and Manufacturing

Training Manual - Compounding and Manufacturing (127 Pages)

Lesson 1 - Pharmaceutical Compounding

Section I. Introduction to Compounding
Introduction to Compounding
Definitions
References
Basic Equipment Used in Compounding Prescriptions

Section II. Measurement
Solid Measure
Liquid Measure

Section III. Heat
Methods
Regulation of Heat
Physical Processes Involving Heat

Section IV. Comminution
Methods of Comminution

Section V. Separation
Separation by Heat
Precipitation
Filtration
Colation
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 2 - Introduction to Manufacturing, Quality Control and Prepackaging

Section I. Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Background Information
Forms Used
Equipment Used

Section II. Quality Control
Introduction to Quality Control
Quality Control Tests

Section III. Pharmaceutical Prepackaging
Equipment Used
Labeling Requirements for Prepackaging Dispensing Units
Labeling Requirements for Prepackaged Drugs in Nondispensing Units
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 3 - Classes of Aqueous Preparations

Section I. Solutions
Uses of Solutions
Advantages of Solutions
Disadvantages of Solutions
Preparation of Solutions
Simple Solutions
Compound Solutions
Saturated Solutions
Stock Solution

Section II. Syrups
Preservation of Syrups
Syrup, USP
Other Syrups

Section III. Classes of Preparations Containing Alcohol
Spirits
Tinctures
Elixirs
Liniments
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 4 - Emulsions and Suspensions

Section I. Emulsions
Background Information
The Use of Emulsions
Emulsifying Agents
Methods Used to Prepare Emulsions
Addition of Other Ingredients to Emulsions
Cracking of Emulsions
Dispensing an Emulsion

Section II. Suspensions
Settling
Coalescence
Dispensing Suspensions
Mixtures
Lotions
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 5 - Medicated Applications

Section I. Ointments, Pastes and Creams
Classification of Ointment Bases
Preparation of Ointments
Dispensing Ointments

Section II. Suppositories
Shapes and Weights
Action
Uses of Suppositories
Doses
Suppository Cases
Dispensing
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 6 - Solid Dosage Forms

Section I. Capsules
Advantages of Capsules
Sizes of Capsules
Storing and Dispensing

Section II. Pills and Tablets
Pills
Tablets
Advantages of Tablets
Disadvantages of Tablets
Components of a Tablet
Types of Tablets
Dispensing Tablets

Section III. Sustained-release Dosage Forms
Introduction to Sustained-release Dosage Forms
Advantages
Disadvantages
Modes of Operation
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 7 - Ophthalmic Preparations

Definition of Ophthalmic Preparations
Types of Ophthalmic Preparations
Characteristics of Ophthalmic Preparations
Preparation of Ophthalmic Solutions
Dispensing Ophthalmic Preparations
Exercises
Solutions


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