Welcome to the companion website for Dash, Singh, Tolman: Pharmaceutics, 1st Edition. Basic Principles and Application to Pharmacy Practice.
Pharmaceutics: Basic Principles and Application to Pharmacy Practice covers the basic science, as well as the role and application of pharmaceutics within pharmacy practice. The content is divided into three parts and includes first, the theory and practical applications of physical chemistry to the pharmaceutical sciences. The second part describes practical aspects of pharmaceutics and applications in dosage form design, evaluation, and selection. The third part is devoted to biopharmaceutics, which addresses the biological aspects and clinical importance of pharmaceutics principles. In accordance with curricular guidelines, this book incorporates practical examples and laboratory skills to identify how portions of each principle can be used in a clinical setting. It has been written in a clear and engaging manner in order to provide the single best source for all those seeking integrated and clinically relevant coverage of pharmaceutics.
- Incorporates student-friendly features such as learning objectives, key words, case studies, references for further reading and chapter summaries to encourage retention
- Addresses curricular guidelines, including fundamental components of pharmaceutics and application to laboratory skills
- Includes a companion website with a full color image bank, videos featuring demonstrations and introductions to some processes and procedures, basic PowerPoint slides for instructors, practice problems, and sample questions similar to the new NAPLEX format