2017 Catalog - 8
NEW AND RECENT RELEASES
The Art, Science, and Technology
of Pharmaceutical Compounding
LOYD V. ALLEN JR.
The Art, Science, and Technology of Pharmaceutical Compounding presents in a logical
and progressive format all the information that pharmacists and student pharmacists
need to understand the purpose and processes of compounding. Author Loyd V. Allen
Jr., the preeminent expert, covers basic guidelines, economic and technical factors that
compounding pharmacists must consider, and all aspects of good manufacturing practices
for compounded medications. In this fifth edition, all chapters have been updated and
several significantly revised-particularly "Compounding with Hazardous Drugs"-and three
new chapters have been added.
* Three new chapters: "Pharmaceutical Compounding Errors," "Foams," and "Compounding
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with Special Ingredients."
* Fifteen chapters are devoted to the compounding of each dosage form in turn, from powders
2016 * 699 pages * Hardcover
and granules to injectables.
* Additional chapters cover veterinary compounding, compounding for special populations,
compounding for specific procedures, compounding for clinical studies, compounding
cosmetics, compounding with hazardous drugs, and compounding in the event of a natural
disaster or terrorist attack.
* The necessary ingredients and steps are listed for compounding more than 200 sample
formulations, including bases, vehicles, and ingredient-specific preparations.
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APhA Pharmacy Technician Training Series
The Pharmacy Technician's Pocket Drug Reference * 9th Edition McEvoy Generali
The Pharmacy Technician's Pocket Drug
THERESA A. MCEVOY AND JOYCE A. GENERALI
Theresa A. McEvoy and Joyce A. Generali
Small and light enough to carry comfortably in a lab coat pocket, The Pharmacy Technician's
Pocket Drug Reference contains the five main pieces of drug information that a pharmacy
technician seeks. For each of about 1,400 of the most commonly prescribed drugs-
including more than 100 drugs new to the market since the eighth edition-the book
provides generic name (with pronunciation), trade name(s), therapeutic class, general FDA
approved therapeutic use(s), and commercially available dosage forms/strengths.
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2017 * 325 pages * Softcover
* Five pieces of information on each of about 1,400 drug products: Generic Name (with
pronunciation), Trade Name(s), Therapeutic Class, General Use(s), and Dosage Forms/
* The top 200 oral and topical products by retail sales, most oral and topical products approved
by the FDA since 1997, plus more than 400 of the top parenteral products.
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