Delmar?s Pharmacy Practice for Technicians / Edition 3by Jane M. Durgin, Zachary I. Hanan, Sr. Jane Durgin
Pub. Date: 07/19/2004
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This valuable resource focuses on the competencies necessary to become a pharmacy technician in both institutional and community pharmacy practice. The framework of this easy-to-use book provides a stepwise approach for learning and understanding various components of the profession. This third edition of Thomson Delmar Learning's Pharmacy Practice for Technicians
This valuable resource focuses on the competencies necessary to become a pharmacy technician in both institutional and community pharmacy practice. The framework of this easy-to-use book provides a stepwise approach for learning and understanding various components of the profession. This third edition of Thomson Delmar Learning's Pharmacy Practice for Technicians emphasizes basic biopharmaceuticals, the administration of medications, and the use of drugs. Revisions include a new section on Clinical Aspects of Pharmacy Technology and five new chapters (Community Pharmacy Practice, Non-Prescription Medication, Natural Products, Reimbursement for Pharmacy Services, and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board).
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Table of Contents
Part I: Overview of Health Care. Chapter 1: Organization Structure and Function of the Hospital. Chapter 2: Home Health Care. Chapter 3: Long-Term Care. Chapter 4: Community Pharmacy Practice. Part II: The Profession of Pharmacy. Chapter 5: Historical Developments in Pharmacy and Health Care. Chapter 6: Drug-Use Control: The Foundation of Pharmaceutical Care. Chapter 7: Regulatory Standards in Pharmacy Practice. Chapter 8: Pharmacy Ethics. Chapter 9: Pharmacy Organizations. Part III: Clinical Aspects of Pharmacy Technology. Chapter 10: Introduction to Biopharmaceutics. Chapter 11: Principles of Pharmacology. Chapter 12: Non-prescription Medication. Chapter 13: Natural Products. Chapter 14: The Prescription, Terminology, and Medical Abbreviations. Chapter 15: Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms. Chapter 16: Pharmaceutical Calculations. Chapter 17: Extemporaneous Compounding. Chapter 18: Parenteral Compounding. Chapter 19: Administration of Medications. Chapter 20: Drug Information Centers. Chapter 21: Drug Distribution Systems. Chapter 22: The Pharmacy and Infection Control. Part V: Administrative Aspects of Pharmacy Technology. Chapter 23: The Policy and Procedure Manual. Chapter 24: Materials Management of Pharmaceuticals. Chapter 25: The Pharmacy Formulary System. Chapter 26: Computer Applications in Drug-Use Control. Chapter 27: Medication Errors. Chapter 28: Reimbursement for Pharmacy Services. Chapter 29: Accreditation of Technician Training Programs. Chapter 30: Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.
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