problem 1) Describe prescription. What is inscription? Comment on responding to prescription.
problem 2) describe types of suspensions. describe formulation of suspensions. Add note on physical stability of suspensions.
problem 3) Answer in short:
a) Give the formulas for dose calculation for child.
b) Describe in brief additives used in solutions for internal use.
c) Give the identification tests for emulsions.
d) describe in brief reporting of adverse drug reaction.
e) Give the pharmacopoeial storage conditions for formulations.
f) Illustrate steps involved in compounding.
g) describe formulation of Glycerites.
problem 4) prepare a brief notes on:
a) Code of pharmaceutical ethics.
b) Patient counselling at pharmacy.
c) Creaming and phase inversion of emulsion.
d) Formulation of liniments and lotions.
e) Patient medication record.
problem 5) Describe with appropriate exs different types of therapeutic incompatibilities.
problem 6) Distinguish between ointments, creams and pastes and discuss the good compounding practices involved in the extemporaneous preparation of these.
problem 7) Answer the following:
a) prepare the ideal properties of drug to formulate its suppository using glycerogelatin base.
b) describe the types of powders administered by other than oral route.
c) Describe the function of various additives used in dry powder for filling in hard capsules.
d) prepare with the ex OTC medication and self medication.
e) prepare different drug-drug interactions with oral contraceptive pills.
f) prepare patient counselling points for enteric coated tablets.
g) Categorize the ligatures and sutures.
problem 8) prepare note on:
a) Patient counselling for the eye drops.
b) Patient counselling for Rotahaler.
c) Legal requirements to establish retail pharmacy.
d) Non-Pharmacological therapy in diabetes.
e) Properties of Lozenge base and drugs for lozenges.