The study of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms has many connections to biological and medical sciences including physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pharmacotherapy, therapeutics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics and pharmacognosy.
The Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms is a collection of terms and definitions prepared to assist healthcare practitioners and students as a companion or reference resource when reading notes and completing routine care.
It can also provide reference material for hospital and medical staff, consultants, nursing instructors and pharmaceutical science students.
This first edition classifies and organizes the forms in an easily readable format, so readers will find it a quick and simple reference. Features:Collects terms and definitions ready to assist healthcare practitioners and students as a companion or reference resource when reading notes and completing routine careFocuses on product dosage forms and includes supplementary information, providing readers, particularly pharmacy and medical students and professionals, insights into choices of dosage forms made during drug product developmentOffers information on the indications, contraindications, side effects and more, for a given drugClassifies and organizes the forms in a readable format, providing a quick and simple reference