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by A. T. Florence,E. G. Salole

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  • ISBN 0723609233
  • ISBN13 978-0723609230
  • Language English
  • Author A. T. Florence,E. G. Salole
  • Publisher Butterworth-Heinemann (March 23, 1990)
  • Pages 134
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  • Subcategory Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Size ePub 1534 kb
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Topics in Pharmacy, Volume 1: Formulation Factors in Adverse Reactions focuses on the important aspect of drug therapy-the nature of the dosage form or its ingredients that adversely influence therapeutic outcome. This book discusses the adverse reactions to formulation excipients, immunological basis of allergic reactions to drugs, and adverse reactions to parenteral medication. The influence of the shape and size of solid medicines on esophageal transit, and effects of the physical characteristics of formulations on adverse reactions are also deliberated. This volume is intended for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in pharmacy, medicine, nursing and allied health sciences, and practitioners in the field of drug therapy.

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This book discusses the adverse reactions to formulation excipients, immunological basis of allergic reactions to drugs, and adverse reactions to parenteral Topics in Pharmacy, Volume 1: Formulation Factors in Adverse Reactions focuses on the important aspect of drug.

This book discusses the adverse reactions to formulation excipients, immunological basis of allergic reactions to drugs, and adverse reactions to parenteral Topics in Pharmacy, Volume 1: Formulation Factors in Adverse Reactions focuses on the important aspect of drug therapy-the nature of the dosage form or its ingredients that adversely influence therapeutic outcome.

Topics in Pharmacy, Volume 1: Formulation Factors in Adverse Reactions focuses on the important aspect of drug .

Topics in Pharmacy, Volume 1: Formulation Factors in Adverse Reactions focuses on the important aspect of drug therapy-the nature of the dosage form or its ingredients that adversely influence therapeutic outcome.

The purpose of the Topics of Pharmacy series is to fulfil this need by providing up-to-date, concise, readable .

The series is aimed at a readership comprised of senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in pharmacy, medicine, nursing and allied health sciences, and practitioners in these fields.

This book, dealing with adverse reactions in a pharmaceutical context, has five contributors who look at adverse reactions to parenterals and . By A. T. Florence and E. G. Salole (Ed., R. J. Martin (Auth.

This book, dealing with adverse reactions in a pharmaceutical context, has five contributors who look at adverse reactions to parenterals and excipients in pharmaceutical formulations as well as the effects of the transit of oral dosage forms, physical properties of formulations and drug allergy. This book, dealing with adverse reactions in a pharmaceutical context, has five contributors who look at adverse reactions to parenterals and excipients in pharmaceutical formulations as well as the effects of the transit of oral dosage forms, physical properties of formulations and drug allergy.

This book, dealing with adverse reactions in a pharmaceutical context, has five contributors who look at adverse reactions to parenterals and excipients in pharmaceutical formulations as well as the effects of the transit of oral dosage forms, physical properties of formulations and drug. ISBN13:9780723609230. Release Date:March 1990.

There have been two Schools of Pharmacy with which I have been associated, at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and in the University of London. In: Florence AT, Salole EG (eds) Formulation factors in adverse reactions. Wright, London, pp 75–95 (and references therein)Google Scholar. My interest in pharmaceutics was piqued by the work that had been done in Glasgow, in wartime on transfusion and pyrogens, on transdermal absorption, atracurium, not to mention the work of my mentor Peter Elworthy on surfactant systems.

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