Drug compounding presentation

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Jessica thibodeaux HCP/210 Michael Mozdzierz 01/30/2011 Drug compounding: Equipment and  supplies
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Drug compounding Research Formula Ingredients supplies
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A few supplies  Balance Beakers Capsule filling equipment Chopper/Grinder Hotplates Refrigerator Thermometer
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Function of supplies Measuring Mixing/heating Preparing capsules Break up solids Melting Storing Controlling temperatures
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Conclusion Drug compounding
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Unformatted text preview: special needs Research Active ingredients Recipe Ingredients supplies References Creative Compounding Center. (2008). What is compounding . Retrieved from http://www.ccc-rx.com/What_is_Compounding.php Mike Johnston. (2006). Introduction to compounding. Retrieved from Mike Johnston, HCP/210 website. Questions? Any questions?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course HCP210 HCP210 taught by Professor Barbara during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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