The Pharmaceutical CODEX: Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutics, 12th Ed. By Royal Pharmaceutical Society (Author)

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  • Hardcover: 385 pages
  • Publisher: CBS; 12 edition (30 January 2009)


This new edition has been completely revised and incorporates updated material as well as entirely fresh subject areas. The new Codex provides a reference source on all aspects of pharmaceutical science and technology that are relevant to the development and provision of medicines. The Pharmaceutical Codex provides this knowledge of the scientific basis of pharmacy and of recent developments in pharmacy practice. Part 1 covers the multidisciplinary nature of pharmaceutics and demonstrates how quality is built into medicines from conception and development to production and use. The chapters broadly encompass the pharmaceutics content of the syllabus for pharmacy undergraduates and also provide direction and support for the continuing education of graduates with special emphasis on the requirements of those associated with product development and innovation. Part II includes an extensive collection of pharmaceutical data arranged in monograph form. The Codex is edited by staff of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society using known experts to write individual chapters. The Pharmaceutical Codex: Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutics represents an invaluable reference source to any person with an interest in the preparation and presentation of medicines including scientists engaged in formulation development or production; pre-registration pharmacy graduates; students of pharmacy and related subjects; and all pharmacists-both in the United Kingdom and overseas.

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