Dispensing  L A B    Finals  Manual
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  • 1. Dispensing Different Types of Drug Delivery System
    Introduction:
    A dosage form (DF) is the physical form of a dose of a chemical compound used as a drug or medication intended for administration or consumption. Common dosage forms include pill, tablet, or capsule, drink or syrup, aerosol or inhaler, liquid injection, pure powder or solid crystal (e.g., via oral ingestion or freebase smoking), and natural or herbal form such as plant or food of sorts, among many others. Notably, the route of administration (ROA) for drug delivery is dependent on the dosage form of the substance in question.
    Various dosage forms may exist for a single particular drug, since different medical conditions can warrant different routes of administration. For example, persistent nausea and emesis or vomiting may make it difficult to use an oral dosage form, and in such a case, it may be necessary to utilize an alternate route such as inhalational, buccal, sublingual, nasal, suppository, or parental instead.
    Objectives:
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    Procedures:
    Draw different kinds of dosage forms and give their functions.
    Share to your classmates your illustrations.
    Questions:
    What are dosage forms included in Oral administration? Inhalataions? Topical administration?
    Describe the following: tablets, capsules, pills, liquid solutions, suspensions
    How are you going to dispense antibiotics? A regulated drug?
    Conclusions:
    Specialized Drug Delivery System and Health Accessories
    Objectives:
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    Procedures:
    Name different specialized dosage forms found in pharmacy.
    Illustrate the determined dosage forms.
    Questions:
    Describe the following:
    Implants
    Insufflations
    Irrigation solutions
    Linctuses
    Liniments
    Lotions
    Lozenges
    Mixtures
    Mouthwashes
    Poultices
    If a patient comes to you and asks you on how to use his nebulizer, what advice can you give him?
    How will you advice your allied professionals on proper use of implants?
    Conclusions:
    Developing Therapeutic Communication Skills
    Introduction:
    Conflict in a relationship is virtually inevitable. In itself, conflict isn’t a problem; how it’s handled, however, can bring people together or tear them apart. Poor communications, skills, disagreements and misunderstanding can be a source of anger and distance, or a springboard to a stronger relationship and happier future. Next time you’re dealing with conflict, keep these tips on effective communication skills in mind and you can create a more positive outcome.
    Objectives:
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    Procedures:
    Group yourselves into 5 members.
    Portray to the class a good communication and a bad communication in the setting of community or hospital pharmacy.
    Questions:
    Why do you need it to be an effective communication in the first place?
    Is it just to prove that you are better than others?
    Is it just to seek approval from others? Or just to show off?
    Supposing that you encountered a sensitive and impatient client, how will you deal with your client with this situation?
    Conclusions: