B.PharmacyMaharshi Dayanand University
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1. Definition and General Dispensing Procedures.
2. Sources of information required for Pharmacists and History of
Pharmacopoeias (I.P., B.P., and U.S.P.).
3. Sources of error and care required in dispensing prescriptions.
4. Pharmaceutical Latin-Latin terms used in prescriptions and their
5. Types of Dispensed products.
6. Containers, closures and labelling for dispensed products.
7. Colours, flavrous, sweeteners and other additives used in
8. Principles involved and procedures adopted in dispending of
typical preparations like mixtures, emulsion, creams, ointments,
powders, pastes, jellies, suppositories, ophthalmics, pastilles, lozenges,
pills, lotions, liniments, inhalations, paints, sprays etc.
9. Incompatibilities-physical and chemical, occurrence and methods
adopted in corrections.
10. Pharmaceutical Calculations- percentage solutions, enlarging and
reducing recipes, calculation of doses, alligation, alcohol dillutions,
proof spirit, isotonic solutions, milli-equivalents, displacement
11. Hospital and its organisation :
a) Pharmacy, organisation and personnel
b) Hospital formulary
c) Purchasing and inventory control