This is a detailed and practical guide to the theory and practice of extemporaneous compounding and dispensing, and a source of reference to extemporaneous formulae. Pharmacists have been responsible for compounding medicines for centuries and there is currently a dearth of current information on the topic, yet it is still taught in schools of pharmacy and required in community and hospital departments and by "specials" manufacturers and in development of new products in industry. This is a modern, detailed and practical guide to the theory and practice of extemporaneous compounding and dispensing, which will equip readers with the knowledge required for producing extemporaneous formulations safely and effectively.
|Place of Publication||London (UK)|
|Number of pages||256|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Jul 2006|