Practical Pharmaceutics

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This book contains essential knowledge on the preparation, control, logistics, dispensing and use of medicines. It features chapters written by experienced pharmacists working in hospitals and academia throughout Europe, complete with practical examples as well as information on current EU-legislation.
From prescription to production, from usage instructions to procurement and the impact of medicines on the environment, the book provides step-by-step coverage that will help a wide range of readers. It offers product knowledge for all pharmacists working directly with patients and it will enable them to make the appropriate medicine available, to store medicines properly, to adapt medicines if necessary and to dispense medicines with the appropriate information to inform patients and caregivers about product care and how to maintain their quality. This basic knowledge will also be of help to industrial pharmacists to remind and focus them on the application of the medicines manufactured.
The basic and practical knowledge on the design, preparation and quality management of medicines can directly be applied by the pharmacists whose main duty is production in community and hospital pharmacies and industries. Undergraduate as well as graduate pharmacy students will find knowledge and backgrounds in a fully coherent way and fully supported with examples.


1. Introduction  Yvonne Bouwman, V'Iain Fenton-May
2. Prescription assessment  Andrew Lowey, Stefanie Melhorn
3.Availability of medicines Helena Jenzer, V'Iain Fenton-May
4.Oral solids Minna Helin-Tanninen, João Pinto
5.Oral liquids Antje Lein, Shiwai Ng
6.Pulmonary Anne de Boer, Ernst Eber
7.Oropharynx Suzy Dreijer 8.Nose Suzy Dreijer, Anita Hafner
9.Ear  Suzy Dreijer, Monya Gantumur
10.Eye Annick Ludwig, Holger Reimann
11.Rectal and vaginal  Stineke Haas, Herman Woerdenbag, Malgorzata Sznitowska
12.Dermal  Antje Lein, Christien Oussoren
13.Parenteral  Marija Tubic, Irene Krämer
14.Irrigation and dialysis Daan Touw, Olga Mucicova
15.Product design Herman Vromans, Giovanni Pauletti
16.Biopharmaceutics Erik Frijlink, Daan Touw, Herman Woerdenbag
17.Quality risk management Yvonne Bouwman, Lilli Møller Andersen18.Physical chemistry Wouter Hinrichs, Suzy Dreijer
19.Microbiology Hans van Doorne, Alexandra Staerk, David Roesti
20. Statistics Herman J Wynne, Hans van Rooij
21.Radiopharmacy Rogier Lange,  Marco Prins, Adrie de Jong
22.Stability DaanTouw, Jean Vigneron
23.Raw materials Roel Bouwman, Richard Bateman
24.Containers  Jan Dillingh, Julian Smith
25.Human resources Jan de Smidt, Hans van Rooij
26.Occupational health and safety  Sylvie Crauste-Manciet, Shiwai Ng, Yvonne Bouwman
27.Premises Willem Boeke, Paul Le Brun
28.Equipment Marco Prins, Willem Boeke, Claudio Zanotto
29.Basic operations  Herman Woerdenbag, Malgorzata Snitowska, Yvonne Bouwman
30.Sterilisation methods Marco Prins, Mattias Paulsson
31.Aseptic handling Frits Boom, Alison Beaney
32.Quality requirements
and analysis Oscar Smeets, Mark Santillo
33.Documentation Rik Wagenaar, Mark Santillo
34.Production, Validation Quality Control Rogier Lange, Lilli Møller Andersen
35.Quality systems Yvonne Bouwman, Lilli Møller Andersen
36.Logistics V'Iain Fenton May, Hana Snajdrova
37.Instructions for the use of medicines  Suzy Dreijer, Anthony Sinclair
38.Impact on Environment  Bengt Mattson, Tessa Brandsema
39.Information sources Doerine Postma, Sin Ying Chuah



"Written by experienced pharmacists working in hospitals and academia throughout Europe, Practical Pharmaceutics is complete with practical examples and information on current European Union legislation. ... This book is an essential must-have for all medicine preparation and quality control laboratories. All pharmacists should know it exists and what information it contains." (J. W. Foppe van Mil, International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, Vol. 38, June, 2016) "Basic knowledge merges with practical examples ... . Students and pharmacists working in the preparation of medicines therefore are addressed equally. But the clinically active pharmacist also requires product knowledge for answering questions about the selection or customizing of medicines and will gladly use this book ... ." (Translated from German, Sylvia Obermeier, Krankenhauspharmazie, Vol. 37 (7), 2016) "It's only a matter of time before Practical Pharmaceutics ... will become an integral part of the university and pharmaceutical libraries. In the Czech environment, this comprehensive textbook has long lacked." (Translated from Czech, Czech Tribuna Lékaru, May, 2016) "The text is clear and concise and it favours practical purposes. The work has the merit of allowing the sharing and experience of local pharmacists and European hospitals in order to provide common cultural basis to those who operate in this sector." (Translated from Italian, Francesca Selmin Ph. D., Sifap - Societa Italiana Farmacisti Preparatori, FarmaciaVirtuale.it, February, 2016)
EAN: 9783319158136
ISBN: 3319158139
Untertitel: An International Guideline for the Preparation, Care and Use of Medicinal Products. Originaltitel: Recepteerkunde: Productzorg en bereiding van geneesmiddelen, 5th edition. 150 schwarz-weiße und 95 farbige Abbildungen, 400 schwarz-weiße Tabellen, Bibliographie. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2015
Seitenanzahl: xv
Format: gebunden
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