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Dosage forms

1).Dosage Forms

2).Classification Dosage Forms

3).Solid dosage forms

4).Dusting Powders

5).Effervescent Granules


7).Liquid dosage forms

8).Monophasic liquid dosage forms

9).Syrup,Elixirs,Linctuses,Drops,Liniments,Lotions,Gargles,Mouthwash,Throatpaints,Sprays,Ihalations,Nasal drops,Eye drops

10).Biphasic liquid dosage forms

11).I) EmulsionII) Suspension

12).Semisolid dosage forms

13).1) ointment 2) creams 3) paste 4) Jellies 5) Suppositories

14).New drug delivery system

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Pharmaceutical calculation (METROLOGY)

1). Percentage calculation
2). Alcoholic distillation
3). Alligation method
4). Proof sprit calculation
5). Isotonic solution
6). Posology
7). Temperature measurement
8). Dialysis clearance
9). Pharmacokinetics

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•Pharmacetics:- 1

1). Type of suppository
2). Type of suppository bases
3). Advantage and disadvantage of suppository

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• pharmaceutics:- 1

2). Indian pharmacopoeia,
3).parts of prescription,
4). deference between Deflocculated flocculated suspension,
5).oil in water and water in oil emulsion difference,
6).ORS (oral rehydration salt)
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Introduction to pharmacopeia

1). Pharmacopoeia

2). Indian Pharmacopoeia

3). BRITISH Pharmacopoeia

4). UNITED STATE Pharmacopoeia

5). European Pharmacopeia

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1). introduction

2). functions of packaging

3). types of packaging

4). package testing

5). types of packaging materials

• Glass

• Plastics

• Rubbers

• Paper/card boards

• Metals

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Mixing and homogenization

1). Definition of mixing

2). Types of mixtures and energy requirements

3). Ultrasonic homogenizers

4). Homogenization of emulsions/ suspension

5). Inline colloidal mill

6). Mixing of semi- solids

7). Planetary mixer

8). Sigma blade mixer

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1). Definition prescription

2). Types of Prescription

3). Difference between Pre-compounding and Extemporaneous Prescription

4). Parts Of Prescription

5). Analyzing some prescriptions

6). Ten Steps To Minimize Prescription Error

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Monophasic liquid dosage form

1). Introduction

2). Classification of Monophasic liquid

3). Formulation Consideration

4). Manufacturing Consideration

5). Recent advance in monophasic liquid

6). Recent approach in monophasic liquid formulation

7). Conclusion

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1). Introduction

2). Definition

3). Classification Of Powder

4). Use And Packaging Of Powder

5). Packaging And Labelling Of Powder

6). Advantage

7). Disadvantage

8). Powder For External Use

9). Conclusion

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1). Posology And Dose

2). Factors Affecting Drug Dosage

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3). Measurement Concersions

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1). Introduction of posology
2). Factors Influencing The Dose Of a Drug



2). Pharmaceutical application of emulsions


4). Test for identification of emulsion type:

• Dilution test (miscibility test)

• Staining test (dye solubility test)

• Conductivity measurement

• CoCl2 Filtertest

• Fluorescence test

5). Theory of emulsification

By preventing the coalescence of droplets.

a. By formation of rigid interfacial film

b. By forming electrical double layer.

• Viscosity theory.

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• Film theory or adsorption theory.

• Wedge theory.

6). Instabilities In Emulsions

7). The factors affecting creaming are best described by Stoke’s law

8). Points to be considered during formulations of emulsions

9). Preservation of Emulsions

10). Antimicrobial agents

11). Antioxidants

12). Preparation of Emulsions

13). Quality control tests for Emulsions

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1). Introduction
2). Types of suppositories
• Rectal suppositories
• Vaginal suppositories
• Nasal suppositories
• Urethral suppositories
3). New trends of suppositories
4). Suppository Bases
5). Types & Suppositories bases
6). Emulsifying bases
7). Suppositories are prepared by
• Rolling method
• Hot process or fusion method
• Cold compression
8). Lubrication Of Mould
9). Cold Compression Method
10). Tests performed
• Uniformly of weight test
• Melting range test
• Liquefaction or softening time test
• Breaking test
Disintegration/ dissolution test

Dosage forms:-

1).Types of dosage forms
• Definition
2). Excipients
3).Route of administration
I) Oral
II) Topical
III) Rectal
IV) Parenteral
V) Vaginal
VI) Inhaled
VII) Ophthalmic
VIII) Otic
4).Physical form
I) Solid dosage form
II) Semisolid dosage form
III) liquid dosage form
IV) Gaseous dosage form


1). Formulation Consideration
2). Classification of flavouring agents
3). Classification
• monophasic / biophasic
• external / Internal


1). Emulsions – Basic Intro

2). Stability of Emulsions

3). Manufacturing of Emulsions

4). Tests for Emulsion Type

5). Pharmaceutical Application

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1). Definition
2). The reasons for the formulation of a
Pharmaceutical suspension:
3). Classification
4). Based on Proportion of Solid Particles
5). Based on Size of Solid Particles
6). Based on Electrokinetic Nature of Solid
7). Advantage / disadvantage
8). Features Desired In Pharmaceutical
9). Manufacturing of Suspension
10). Packaging of Suspensions
11). Evaluation of Suspensions
12). Sedimentation method
13). Rheological method
14). Electro kinetic method

Drug incompatibility

1). Definition / Classification
• Pharmaceutical or physical incompatibility
• Chemical incompatibility
• Therapeutic incompatibility
2). Different Kinds Of Drug
3). Pharmacokinetic interactions are classified

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Video Lecture of Pharmaceutical Analysis

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