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Table of Contents
                            Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing
Title Page
Copyright
Contents
Preface
About the authors
Acknowledgements
Museum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
British Society for the History of Pharmacy
Online material
PART 1 - History of compounding
	1 - Historical perspective
		The origins of the pharmacy profession
		Foundation of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
		Pharmacy legislation
		Development of the pharmacopoeias
	2 - Obsolete dosage forms, equipment and methods of preparation
		Obsolete pharmaceutical preparations and preparative methods
		Old pharmaceutical equipment
		Old pharmaceutical containers
	3 - Historical weights and measures
		Metrication
PART 2 - Pharmaceutical forms and their preparation
	4 - Key formulation skills
		Weights and measures
		Medication strength
	5 - Extemporaneous dispensing
		Guide to general good practice requirements
		Suitable record keeping
		Equipment
		Product formulae
		Ingredients
		Storage and labelling requirements
		Pharmaceutical packaging
	6 - Solutions
		Introduction and overview
		General principles of solution preparation
		Oral solutions
		Gargles and mouthwashes
		Enemas and douches
		External solutions
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to solutions
	7 - Suspensions
		Introduction and overview
		General principles of suspension preparation
		Oral diffusible suspensions
		Oral indiffusible suspensions
		Suspensions for external use
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to suspensions
	8 - Emulsions
		Introduction and overview
		Formulation of emulsions
		General method of preparation of an emulsion using the dry gum method
		Stability of emulsions
		Emulsions for external use
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to emulsions
	9 - Creams
		Introduction and overview
		Terminology used in the preparation of creams, ointments, pastes and gels
		General principles of cream preparation
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to creams
	10 - Ointments, pastes and gels
		Introduction and overview
		Ointments
		Pastes
		Gels
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to ointments, pastes and gels
	11 - Suppositories and pessaries
		Introduction and overview
		General principles of suppository and pessary preparation
		General method for suppository preparation
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to suppositories and pessaries
	12 - Powders and capsules
		Introduction and overview
		Bulk powders for external use
		Bulk oral powders
		Individual unit dose powders
		Unit dose capsules
		Worked examples
		Summary of essential principles relating to powders and capsules
	13 - Specialised formulation issues
		Introduction and overview
		Posology
		Dermatological extemporaneous formulation
		Further reading
PART 3 - Product formulae
	Preface
	14 - Creams
	15 - Dusting powders
	16 - Internal mixtures
	17 - Liniments, lotions and applications
	18 - Ointments and pastes
	19 - Powders
	20 - Miscellaneous formulae
Appendix 1 - Glossary of terms used in formulations
Appendix 2 - Abbreviations commonly used in pharmacy
Appendix 3 - Changing substance names from British Approved Names to recommended International Non-Proprietary Names
	Drug names
	Radicals and groups
Bibliography
Index
                        

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