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Resources on pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, drug delivery systems, dosage forms, drug designs, pharmacology, and other related topics.
Welcome to the Pharmaceutical Sciences Subject Guide! This guide directs you to useful resources on pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, drug delivery systems, dosage forms, drug designs, pharmacology, and other related topics.
This trusted resource explores the interrelationships between pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical principles, product design, formulation, manufacture, compounding, and the clinical application of the various dosage forms in patient care, as well as regulations and standards governing the manufacturing and compounding of pharmaceuticals
The Art, Science, and Technology of Pharmaceutical Compounding by Loyd Allen
Call Number: QV 778 A443 2020 REF
Publication Date: 2020-10-15
Covers all aspects of pharmaceutical compounding. Featured are the regulations, technology, scientific foundation, and clinical consulting aspects of the dosage forms that can be compounded. It also contains example formulas for all dosage forms along with the ingredients, quantities, use of each ingredient, and instructions for preparation.
Martin's Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is considered the most comprehensive text available on the application of the physical, chemical and biological principles in the pharmaceutical sciences. It helps students, teachers, researchers, and industrial pharmaceutical scientists use elements of biology, physics, and chemistry in their work and study. Since the first edition was published in 1960, the text has been and continues to be a required text for the core courses of Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery, and Physical Pharmacy. The Sixth Edition features expanded content on drug delivery, solid oral dosage forms, pharmaceutical polymers and pharmaceutical biotechnology, and updated sections to cover advances in nanotechnology.