9780131147607

Compounding The Pharmacy Technician Series

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    9780131147607

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    0131147609

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-07-07
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

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.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
About the Authors xv
About NPTA xvii
Acknowledgments xviii
Reviewers xx
Introduction to Compounding
1(6)
Introduction
1(1)
Why Compound?
2(1)
Types of Compounds
2(1)
Patient Considerations
2(3)
Pediatrics
3(1)
Terminally Ill Patients
3(1)
Home Health Care
4(1)
TPNs
4(1)
Nuclear Medicine
4(1)
Veterinary Medicine
4(1)
Role of Pharmacy Technicians in Compounding
5(1)
Summary
5(1)
Chapter Review Questions
6(1)
Compounding Practices and Considerations
7(8)
Introduction
7(1)
The Art and Science of Compounding
8(1)
Determining Whether or Not to Compound
8(1)
Information Resources
9(1)
Compounding Considerations
10(1)
Solubility
10(1)
Stability
10(1)
Shelf Life and Storage
10(1)
Calculations and Formulas
10(2)
Calculations
11(1)
Formulas
11(1)
Equipment and Supplies
11(1)
Facilities and Work Space
12(1)
General Compounding Practices
12(1)
Expiration Dates
12(1)
Patient Counseling
13(1)
Summary
13(1)
Chapter Review Questions
14(1)
Facilities, Equipment, and Supplies
15(22)
Introduction
15(1)
Facilities
16(2)
Cleaning
16(1)
Disposal
17(1)
Storage---Equipment
17(1)
Storage---Ingredients
18(1)
Work Stations
18(2)
Veterinary Work Station
18(1)
Creams and Ointments Work Station
19(1)
Liquids Work Station
19(1)
Capsules Work Station
20(1)
Molds Work Station
20(1)
Equipment and Supplies
20(15)
Summary
35(1)
Chapter Review Questions
36(1)
Quality Assurance and Record Keeping
37(14)
Introduction
37(1)
Quality Assurance (QA)
38(1)
Quality Control (QC)
38(1)
Records and Record Keeping
38(1)
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
39(1)
Formulation Records
40(3)
Compounding Records
43(3)
Ingredient Records
46(3)
Training Personnel
49(1)
Summary
49(1)
Chapter Review Questions
50(1)
Capsules, Tablets, and Powders
51(18)
Introduction
51(1)
Types and Definitions
51(3)
Capsules
51(1)
Tablets
52(1)
Powders
53(1)
Composition and Ingredients
54(2)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
56(9)
Capsules
56(6)
Tablets
62(2)
Powders
64(1)
Quality Control
65(1)
Packaging
65(1)
Labeling
65(1)
Stability
66(1)
Patient Counseling
66(1)
Summary
66(1)
Profiles of Practice
67(1)
Chapter Review Questions
68(1)
Lozenges, Troches, Sticks, and Suppositories
69(16)
Introduction
69(1)
Types and Definitions
69(3)
Lozenges and Troches
70(1)
Sticks
70(1)
Suppositories
71(1)
Composition and Ingredients
72(2)
Lozenges and Troches
72(1)
Sticks
72(1)
Suppositories
73(1)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
74(6)
Lozenges and Troches
74(3)
Sticks
77(1)
Suppositories
78(2)
Quality Control
80(1)
Packaging
81(1)
Labeling
81(1)
Stability
82(1)
Patient Counseling
82(1)
Summary
82(1)
Profiles of Practice
83(1)
Chapter Review Questions
84(1)
Solutions, Suspensions, and Emulsions
85(12)
Introduction
85(1)
Types and Definitions
85(1)
Solutions
85(1)
Suspensions
86(1)
Emulsions
86(1)
Composition and Ingredients
86(2)
Solutions
86(1)
Suspensions
87(1)
Emulsions
88(1)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
88(4)
Solutions
88(1)
Elixirs
89(1)
Suspensions
89(2)
Emulsions
91(1)
Flavoring
92(1)
Quality Control
92(1)
Packaging
93(1)
Labeling
93(1)
Stability
93(1)
Patient Counseling
94(1)
Summary
94(1)
Profiles of Practice
95(1)
Chapter Review Questions
96(1)
Ointments, Creams, Pastes, and Gels
97(16)
Introduction
97(1)
Types and Definitions
97(3)
Ointments
98(1)
Pastes
98(1)
Creams
98(1)
Gels
98(2)
Composition and Ingredients
100(1)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
101(7)
Oleaginous Bases
104(1)
Absorption Bases
104(1)
Water-in-Oil Emulsion Bases
104(2)
Oil-in-Water Emulsion Bases
106(1)
Water Soluble Bases
106(2)
Gels
108(1)
Quality Control
108(1)
Packaging
109(1)
Labeling
109(1)
Stability
109(1)
Patient Counseling
110(1)
Summary
110(1)
Profiles of Practice
111(1)
Chapter Review Questions
112(1)
Ophthalmic, Otic, and Nasal Preparations
113(22)
Introduction
113(1)
Ophthalmic Dosage Forms
113(9)
Types and Definitions
113(1)
Composition and Ingredients
114(2)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
116(5)
Quality Control
121(1)
Packaging
121(1)
Labeling
121(1)
Stability
121(1)
Patient Counseling
122(1)
Otic Dosage Forms
122(6)
Types and Definitions
122(1)
Composition and Ingredients
122(1)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
123(4)
Quality Control
127(1)
Packaging
127(1)
Labeling
128(1)
Stability
128(1)
Patient Counseling
128(1)
Nasal Dosage Forms
128(5)
Types and Definitions
128(1)
Composition and Ingredients
128(1)
Preparation and Compounding Techniques
129(1)
Gels
130(2)
Quality Control
132(1)
Packaging
132(1)
Labeling
132(1)
Stability
132(1)
Patient Counseling
132(1)
Summary
133(1)
Profiles of Practice
133(1)
Chapter Review Questions
134(1)
Medication Flavoring
135(11)
Introduction
135(1)
Psychological Impact
135(1)
Sensory Roles in Flavoring
136(1)
Flavoring Considerations
136(1)
Pediatric Flavoring
136(1)
Adult Flavoring
136(1)
Impact on Stability, Solubility, and pH
137(1)
Four Taste Types
137(1)
Physical Properties
137(1)
Flavoring Techniques
138(1)
Tastes Needing Flavoring
139(1)
Sweeteners
140(1)
General Practices
141(1)
Diluting Agents
141(1)
Fixed-Oil Diluting Agents
141(1)
Aqueous Diluting Agents
141(1)
Hydroalcoholic Diluting Agents
142(1)
Alcoholic Diluting Agents
142(1)
Suspending Agents
142(1)
Determining How Much Flavor
142(1)
Coloring
143(1)
Summary
144(1)
Chapter Review Questions
145(1)
Veterinary Compounding
146(9)
Introduction
146(1)
Working with Veterinarians
146(1)
Compounding Prescriptions for Veterinary Use
147(1)
Regulations
148(2)
Labeling Requirements
149(1)
Veterinary Considerations
150(2)
Routes of Administration
150(1)
Owner Considerations
151(1)
Medication Flavoring
151(1)
Dosage Forms
151(1)
Unique Challenges and Suggestions
152(1)
Summary
152(1)
Chapter Review Questions
153(2)
Appendix A Answers 155(4)
Index 159

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