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5 Matching Questions

  1. what is the ratio for dry gum and wet gum?
  2. which type of water is best for preparing parenteral solutions?
  3. Describe the anti-microbial properties of syrups.
  4. How many components are required to make an emulsion and what are they?
  5. what is reverse osmosis?
  1. a Opposite of osmosis using high pressure to move from region of high solvent concentration to region of low solvent concentration.
  2. b the near saturation of syrups prevent microbial growth thereby no parabens are needed as antimicrobials
  3. c water:oil:emulsifying agent (eg. acacia)
  4. d water for injection USP
  5. e ...dunno

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. It prevents surface evaporation
    glycerol
    propylene glycol
  2. PLO gel is compatible with diverse range of therapeutic agents, including lipophilic and hydrophilic drugs. Most drugs can be incorporated without stability issue.
  3. Tincture is an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of chemicals or soluble constituents of vegetable drugs.
    Tinctures must be keep away from light and heat
  4. multiple OH groups in alcohols
    sorbitol and glycerin
  5. 1. water washable bases
    2. Oleaginous/hydrocarbon/oil bases
    3.Emulsion bases

5 True/False Questions

  1. what is the difference between water-oil/oil-water emulsions?Ans: the difference is the dispersed phase/continuous phase
    dispersed phase comes first
    Water-oil: dispersed phase is water.
    Oil-water: dispersed phase is oil

          

  2. Sorbic Acid and glycerin is an important component of?Poly Ethylene Glycol (PEG)

          

  3. why is using distilled water to prepare injections WRONG and DANGEROUS?they reduce the surface tension between the wate and oil and allow the two to mix.

          

  4. what is the use of emulsifying agents?they reduce the surface tension between the wate and oil and allow the two to mix.

          

  5. Define: LevigationTincture is an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of chemicals or soluble constituents of vegetable drugs.
    Tinctures must be keep away from light and heat

          

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