About the Book
The practical aspects of General Pharmacy lay the foundation blocks of pharmaceutics knowledge to students making a debut into the pharmaceutical profession. A manual explaining the practical vis-a-vis the theoretical aspects has always been in demand but not available so far. PHARMACEUTICS-I (General Pharmacy) -A Practical Manual is probably the only book of its own kind that is most relevant in the modern practical context, fulfilling the gap mentioned above.
1. Aromatic waters, 2. Solutions, 3. Syrups, 4. Elixirs, 5. Spirits, 6. Powders, 7. Lotions, 8. Liniments, 9. Mucilages, 10. Glycerins/glycerites, 11. Inhalation, 12. Tinc1tures and extracts, 13. Pasters, 14. Jellies, 15. Ear preparations, 16. Eye preparations, 17. Nasal preparations, 18. Pills, 19. Lozenges, 20. Pastilles, 21. Size reduction, 22. Mixing of solids
About the Authors
N. K. Jain, Professor of Pharmaceutics at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. H. S. Gour Central University, Sagar (M.P.) is a renowned educationist and researcher with 15 quality books and more than 400 publications in reputed pharmaceutical journals and 4 patents to his credit. He has supervised 44 Ph.D. and 105 M.Pharm candidates. He is also a reviewer for several international and national research journals. Professor Jain has been the recipient of various prestigious awards like IDMA Research Award [1990, 1997 and 2004]; Motan Devi Dandiya Award [1999 and 2010]; M.L. Khorana Memorial Prize [2003 and 2006]; 'Teacher of the year 2003' Award; 'Dr. (Mrs.) Manjusree Pal Memorial Award ; Schroff Memorial National Award  and many more. Prof. Jain has been a member of various committees of AICTE, UGC, CSIR etc. Professor Jain's current research interests include various aspects of controlled, novel and targeted drug delivery; nanotechnology and nanomedicine. He is globally known for his excellent research contribution in the field of dendrimer drug delivery.
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