Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing, 2nd edition

Online Shop | Pharmaceutical Press | Pharmacy Practice |  Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing, 2nd edition

Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing

Free UK delivery on Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing

In Paperback Format
Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing

£37.99
 RRP: £39.99
You save £2.00 (5.0%)
ISBN
9780853699125
Author
John F Marriott, Keith A Wilson, Christopher A Langley and Dawn Belcher
Published by
Pharmaceutical Press
Publication Date
May 2010
Edition
Second edition
Format
Paperback
Extent
304 pages
Dimensions
189 x 246 mm

Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing is a comprehensive guide to producing extemporaneous formulations safely and effectively. This is a modern, detailed and practical book on the theory and practice of extemporaneous compounding and dispensing.

The book covers three core sections:
  • the history of compounding
  • pharmaceutical forms and their preparation
  • product formulae.

Pharmacists have been responsible for compounding medicines for centuries. Although most modern medicines are not compounded in a local pharmacy environment, there are still occasions when it is imperative that pharmacists have this knowledge.

Fully revised and updated, this new edition of Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing is an indispensable reference for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists.

Supplementary videos demonstrating various dispensing procedures can also be viewed online. 
Part 1 - History of compounding
  1. Historical perspective
  2. Obsolete dosage forms, equipment and methods of preparation
  3. Historical weights and measures
Part 2 - Pharmaceutical forms and their preparation
  1. Key formulation skills
  2. Extemporaneous dispensing
  3. Solutions
  4. Suspensions
  5. Emulsions
  6. Creams
  7. Ointments, pastes and gels
  8. Suppositories and pessaries
  9. Powders and capsules
  10. Specialised formulation issues
Part 3 - Product formulae
  1. Creams
  2. Dusting powders
  3. Internal mixtures
  4. Liniments, lotions and applications
  5. Ointments and pastes
  6. Powders
  1. Glossary of terms used in formulations
  2. Abbreviations commonly used in pharmacy
  3. Changing substance names from British Approved Names to recommended International Non-Proprietary Names

Download Sample Chapter

Online Shop | Pharmaceutical Press | Pharmacy Practice |  Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing, 2nd edition

Civil Service Yearbook
The new Civil Service Yearbook 53rd Edition - Pre-order now.
Civil Service Yearbook 52nd Edition available now
Buy The Civil Service Yearbook
IMDG Code
2014 Edition
The new IMDG Code is in stock now.
IMDG Code 2014 available now
Buy The IMDG code
New Products

The Report of the Iraq Inquiry

Police Workforce, England and Wales, 30 September 2016

European Pharmacopoeia 9th Edition Book Subscription 2017 (9.0, 9.1 and 9.2)

Fire Statistics: Great Britain, 2014-2015

Non-domestic rating: Business Floorspace 2016

The Annual Abstract of Statistics for Benefits, and Indices of Prices and Earnings 2016 Edition

Annual Bus Statistics Light Rail and Tram Statistics Blue Badge Scheme Statistics 2015/16

Bookmark us via QR code
Worldwide Delivery
Secure Payment
Secure Payment
Best Sellers

Dorema U-tabs for ADR/RID 2017

UN ADR 2017 (Books) Two Volume Set

IMDG Code 2016 Edition (inc Amdt 38-16) Book (2 vols)

HSE Approved Codes of Practice - Six Pack (6 Pack) Pack of 6 Books

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) 58th Edition 2017 (Regular Bound)

IMDG Code 2014 Edition (inc Amdt 37-14) Book (2 vols)