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1 Test # 5 IPPH 362 Name_______________ 12/13/06 Seat ________________ I. Short answers. Each answer is worth 2 points. No partial credit. 1. Indicate the function of each ingredient in Dilantin-125 Oral Suspension. (1point for each answer) 1. active ingredient 2. antifoaming agent 3. buffer 4. color 5. flavor 6. flocculating agent 7. preservative 8. structured vehicle system 9. sweetener 10. vehicle 11. wetting agent __5 ___ banana flavor ______ benzoic acid ______ carboxymethylcellulose sodium ____ __ citric acid ______ magnesium aluminum silicate __5 ___ orange oil concentrate ______ polysorbate 80 ______ sodium dihydrogen citrate ___9 __ sucrose ___5 __ vanillin __10 __ water ________ 2. Ophthalmic suspensions produce a longer duration of effect in comparison to ophthalmic solutions. (True or false) ________ 3. A lotion is a suspension for external use and a mixture is a suspension for internal use. (True or false)
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2 ________ 4. Systemic effects may occur if an excessive volume of an eye drop is applied to the eye. (True or false) ________ 5. Shearing stress is the force per unit area that is applied to a liquid and the rate of shear is the velocity of flow that is produced. (True or false) ________ 6. The surface area of a drug in a suspension may (1) increase or (2) decrease during the aging of a suspension. ________ 7. The formation of a non-resuspendable sediment during the aging of a suspension results in: (choose one) 1. accelerated chemical degradation of the drug
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