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Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
Ch.13  part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite
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Ch.13 part 4 liniment, collodion, glycerite

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embrocation, liniment, collodion, pyroxillin, glycerite, starch glycerite, oleovitamin, scott's emulsion, toothache drops

embrocation, liniment, collodion, pyroxillin, glycerite, starch glycerite, oleovitamin, scott's emulsion, toothache drops

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  • 1. CHAPTER 13SOLUTIONSPART 4LINIMENTS,COLLODIONS,GLYCERITES Prepared by: Asst. Prof. MA. LOURDES L. MOJARES, R. Ph.
  • 2. LINIMENTS Formerly called EMBROCATIONS Are alcoholic or oleaginous solution or emulsion of various medicinal substances intended for external application to the skin, generally with rubbing. Must bear a label indicating “FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY” “ Not to be applied to broken skin”
  • 3. TYPES OF LINIMENTS1. Alcoholic Liniments Used for its rubefacient property2. Oily Liniments Useful when massage is required3. Emulsion Liniment
  • 4. TYPES OF LINIMENTSEXAMPLES:1. White Liniment, BPC (emulsion type)2. Camphor Liniment (emulsion type)3. Efficascent Oil (oily type)4. Omega Pain Killer (emulsion type)
  • 5. LINIMENTS / EMBROCATIONS
  • 6. COLLODIONS Ethereal solutions Are liquid preparations composed of PYROXILLIN (soluble gun cotton, collodion cotton) dissolved in a solvent mixture usually composed of alcohol and ether with or without added medicinal
  • 7. COLLODIONS Intended for external use only Applied to the skin with a fine camel’s hair brush or glass applicator Stored in a tight-closed container at a temperature not exceeding
  • 8. GLASS APPLICATOR BOTTLE
  • 9. Examples and Uses of CollodionsI. COLLODION, USP Useful in holding the edges of an incised wound together Has a disadvantage of being non-flexible
  • 10. Examples and Uses of CollodionsII. FLEXIBLE COLLODION, USP Prepared by adding 2% camphor and 3% castor oilIII. SALICYLIC ACID COLLODION, USP A 10% salicylic acid in Flexible Collodion
  • 11. GLYCERITES Are viscous solutions or mixtures of medicinal substances in NOT LESS THAN 50% by weight of GLYCERIN Used as a medicinal agent or as an aid in dissolving other drugs in water or alcohol. Starch Glycerite – pill excipient
  • 12. GLYCERITESExamples:1. Starch glycerite - topical protective2. Tannic Acid glycerite - astringent3. Phenol glycerite
  • 13. GLYCERITES FORMULATION COMPONENTS: 1. Glycerin – nlt 50% w/w 2. Purified water 3. Gelatin 4. Medicament (active ingredient)
  • 14. OLEOVITAMINS Vitamins A and D, and in some preparations , Vitamin E, in fish liver oil Used as Antirachitic COD LIVER OIL (Oleovitamin A and D)
  • 15. OLEOVITAMINS
  • 16. TOOTHACHE DROPS Preparations used for the temporary relief of toothache Applied using a small pledget of cotton saturated with the product into the tooth cavity Contains clove oil and mixtures of phenol with camphor or creosote
  • 17. TOOTHACHE DROPS

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