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Compounding and Manufacturing
In this course, you will learn about/review the basics of the art and practice of pharmacy – compounding manufacturing. Despite the fact that less compounding and manufacturing is being performed in today’s pharmacy, you should still be familiar with the various the various dosage forms being used and how they are prepared.
This course is part of our Pharmacology series.
Includes a questions and answers section at the end of each lesson.
Full illustrations and diagrams included.
- Pharmaceutical Compounding
- Introduction to Manufacturing, Pre-packing, and Quality Control
- Classes of Aqueous Preparations
- Emulsions and Suspensions
- Medicated Applications
- Solid Dosage Forms
- Ophthalmic Preparations