Attachments
Syllabus
PHT 434  -  STERILE DOSAGE FORMS
Units Hours
Theoretical Practical
4 14 28
Course Catalog Description

The theoretical and practical parts of the course are designed to be integrated together and to familiarize pharmacy students with some basic aspects of the various injectable and ophthalmic dosage forms including the physicochemical properties, design and formulation, isotonicity and acid-base properties.

The following issues about sterile dosage forms are thus emphasized: introduction, composition and characteristics, sterilization (principles and techniques), handling and administration, large-scale preparation, large volume sterile solutions parenteral manufacturing in hospitals, parenteral admixture and incompatibilities, convenience of parenteral preparations, and packaging. In addition the course also covers the fundamentals of fluid and electrolyte therapy.

Course Requirements

PRE REQUISITE:

PHT 224, PHT 312, PHT 322, PHT 414

REQUIREMENTS:

Accommodation (Classrooms, laboratories, demonstration rooms/labs, etc.)

Lecture rooms having seating arrangement for 20-30 students, provided with overhead projector, Data show projector and white board /smart board.

 Well-equipped pharmaceutics laboratory with overhead projector, data show projector and white board /smart board.

Computing resources (AV, data show, Smart Board, software, etc.)

        Computers , Data Show, Projectors

Textbook
  1. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review, Leon Shargel, 8th Edition, 2012 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  2. Aulton's Pharmaceutics: The Design and Manufacture of Medicines, 3e, 2007
  3. Remington; The science and Practice of Pharmacy; 21st Edition, volume 1 & 2,  2005.
  4. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery by H. C.Ansel, N. G. Popovich. 9th edition 2011.
  5. Sterile Products and Aseptic Techniques for the Pharmacy Technician Mike Johnston (Author), Jeff Gricar (Author) (2nd Edition) 2010
  6. Sterile Drug Products: Formulation, Packaging, Manufacturing and Quality Michael J. Akers 2010
  7. Compounding Sterile Preparations, 3rd Edition (Buchanan, Compounding Sterile Preparations) E. Clyde Buchanan M.S. R.Ph. FASHP (Author), Phillip J. Schneider M.S. F.A.S.H.P. (Author) 3rd ed 2009.
  8. Pharmacy practice, chapter 11 , 3rd edition by EMC Paradigm publisher, freely available online.
Authers
  1. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review, Leon Shargel, 8th Edition, 2012 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  2. Aulton's Pharmaceutics: The Design and Manufacture of Medicines, 3e, 2007
  3. Remington; The science and Practice of Pharmacy; 21st Edition, volume 1 & 2,  2005.
  4. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery by H. C.Ansel, N. G. Popovich. 9th edition 2011.
  5. Sterile Products and Aseptic Techniques for the Pharmacy Technician Mike Johnston (Author), Jeff Gricar (Author) (2nd Edition) 2010
  6. Sterile Drug Products: Formulation, Packaging, Manufacturing and Quality Michael J. Akers 2010
  7. Compounding Sterile Preparations, 3rd Edition (Buchanan, Compounding Sterile Preparations) E. Clyde Buchanan M.S. R.Ph. FASHP (Author), Phillip J. Schneider M.S. F.A.S.H.P. (Author) 3rd ed 2009.
  8. Pharmacy practice, chapter 11 , 3rd edition by EMC Paradigm publisher, freely available online.
Instructor

Dr Mohammad Javed Ansari

Grading Policy
Learning Outcome
Outcome Proficiency Assessment
   1 .  Knowledge Describe the sterilization, and methods of sterilization of the different sterile pharmaceutical products. Describe the different sterile dosage forms and outline parenteral and ophthalmic products. Quizzes and examinations both practical and theoretical.
   2 .  Cognitive Skills Compare and differentiate methods of sterilization of the different sterile pharmaceutical products. Compare and differentiate various sterile pharmaceutical products. Quizzes, Exams (theoretical and practical), home works & assignments.
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