Lesson 9 Assignment 1 - L9-1_JJoseph Part 1 1 A-Bottom 2 B-Solution 3 A-Counter balance 4 D-Accuracy is unacceptable 5 D-An ointment 6 D-5 7 B-Water and

Lesson 9 Assignment 1 - L9-1_JJoseph Part 1 1 A-Bottom 2...

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L9-1_JJoseph Part 1 1. A-Bottom 2. B-Solution 3. A-Counter balance 4. D-Accuracy is unacceptable 5. D-An ointment 6. D-5 7. B-Water and Alcohol 8. B-Transfer solid ingredients for weighing 9. D-1.5 mL 10.C-Extemporaneous compounding 11.A-Class A prescription balance 12.B-Glass 13.C-Solvent 14.B-Shrink a seal on a vial 15.D-Sterile Part 2 1. What is the difference between an ointment and a cream? Ointment: A semisolid preparation that usually contains medicinal substances and id intended for external application; Oil based Cream: A semisolid emulsion of either the oil-in-water or water-in-oil type, ordinarily intended for topical use; Water based 2. Why do we use “shake well” labels on suspension medications? We shake well because suspensions aren’t filtered. The water soluble ingredient, including the flavoring agents, are mixed in the vehicle before
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Unformatted text preview: mixing with the insoluble ingredients. So the medication will be as effective. “We shake a suspension to "suspend" the medication equally, since it does not dissolve in the solvent”. (Your Answer) 3. Why do emulsions require an emulsifying agent? How does it work? Emulsions require an emulsifying agent because it needs to be stabilized. Emulsions consists of two different liquids that need to be held together. The wet and dry gum method involves mixing gum acacia with either oil or water. Part 3 Lab 1 Lab 3 Step Percent Strength Step 4 Juice A 25.5 % Step 7 Juice A 30.2 % Step 7 Juice B 30.2 % Step 9 Juice A 33 % Step 10 Juice A 14.7 % Prescription # mLs needed of soda mLs needed of solution Prescription #1 15.2 mL 1.34 mL Prescription #2 37.6 mL 9.4 mL Prescription #3 25 mL 5 mL...
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  • Spring '17
  • Roberta Jones
  • Colloid, Emulsion, B-Transfer solid ingredients

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