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B-Pharmacy 1st Year Pharmaceutics / Important Questions for Internal & External Examination (2marks)

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B-Pharmacy 1st Year Pharmaceutics

  1. Define Dosage Forms. Give classification.
  2. Define: Creams, Pastes, Gargles, Elixirs,
  3. Give Classification of dosage form.
    2 Marks
  4. What is the importance of Latin language in prescription writing?**
  5. Enlist various types of prescription with suitable example.**
  6. Give the typical example of prescription.
  7. Define prescription. Enlist types of prescription.
    5 Marks
  8. Write a note on reasons & remedies of physical incompatibility.
  9. Short note: parts of prescription.
  10. Short note: various types of prescription.*
  11. Short note: prescription pricing.
    10 Marks
  12. Define prescription. Explain in detail various parts of prescription.** Add a note on
    Pricing of Prescription or Handelling of prescription.
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  14. Give a brief introduction to prescription & explain different parts of it with well labelled
  15. Define prescription. Explain various types of prescription with suitable example. Give a
    detailed account on parts of prescription.
    Pharmaceutical Calculations
    2 Marks
  16. What will be the effect of administering hypertonic & hypotonic solution parenterally?
  17. In what proportion 50% & 90% alcohol be mixed to make 60% alcohol?
  18. How will you prepare 70% alcohol solution by using 95% & 20% alcohol?
  19. What is proof strength of 80% v/v & 45% v/v ethanol?
  20. Calculate the percent strength of 40 over proof & 30 under proof.
  21. In what proportion should 3%, 5%, 15% & 20% alcohol to be mixed to obtain 10%
  22. Define proof spirit.*
  23. Define isotonicity & proof spirit.
  24. Define Hypertonic & Hypotonic solution.
    2 Marks
  25. Define posology & state Dilling’s formula for calculating doses for children.
  26. Give Clark’s and Young’s formula for the calculation of doses.
  27. Give Young’s and Dilling’s formula for the calculation of doses.
    5 Marks
  28. Define posology and discuss the factors affecting does of drug & action
    of drug on human body.
  29. What do you mean by dose? Explain the factors affecting doses and action of drug on
    the human body.
    Pharmaceutical Incompatibility
    2 Marks
  30. Define therapeutic incompatibility.
  31. Solve the following incompatibility
    Sodium Salicylate – 5 gm.
    Lemon syrup – 20ml
    Purified water – 75 ml.
    5 Marks
  32. Write a note on reasons & remedies of physical incompatibility.
  33. Short note- Physical incompatibility.**
  34. Short note- Therapeutic incompatibility.
    10 Marks
  35. Define incompatibility. Discuss in detail chemical incompatibility.
  36. What is incompatibility? Discuss the reasons why physical & therapeutic incompatibility
    occurs. Describe the methods to correct such incompatibility.
    2 Marks
  37. Differentiate between flocculated & deflocculated suspension.*
  38. Define suspension. Give any two example suspending agents.
  39. What do you mean by diffusible and indiffusible substances?
  40. What is stokes law?

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M-Pharmacy First Sem Question paper questions

Differentiate between suspension & emulsion.

Explain various identification tests for types of emulsion.

What do you mean by oral emulsion & topical emulsion?
5 Marks

Causes of instability of emulsion.**

Identification test of emulsion.*

Methods of compounding emulsion.
10 Marks

Define emulsion. Write a note on methods of preparation of emulsion & identification
tests for determination of type of emulsion.**

Define emulsion. Discuss methods of compounding and write a short note on causes of
for instability of emulsion.*

Define emulsion. Classify emulsion; explain in detail about instability of emulsion.

Define emulsion. Give a note on oral emulsion. Discuss its methods of preparation.
2 Marks

Define: creams & plasters.

Define: poultices & jellies.*

Classify ointment bases.

Define ointment & gels
5 Marks

Write a note method of preparation of ointment.

Short note: Gels & jellies.

Write a note on fusion method of ointment compounding.

Short note: plasters
10 Marks

Define ointment. Classify ointment bases and explain various method of compounding

Define ointment. Discuss method of compounding with example.
2 Marks

Classify suppository bases.

Give any four merits (advantages) of suppositories.

Define suppository. Give merits & demerits.

Define suppository. Give any four ideal properties of suppository bases.
5 Marks

Short note- Methods of compounding of suppositories.**
10 Marks

Define and classify suppositories. Classify suppositories bases. Explain in detail method
of compounding and add note on suppository bases.*
Ligatures & Sutures
2 Marks

What are suture & ligature?***

Give any two quality control tests for catgut.*

Enlist various quality control tests for catgut.
5 Marks

Short note: Processing & mfg. of catgut.
10 Marks

Define suture & ligature. Explain in detail about quality control tests of catgut.
Monophasic Liquid Dosage Forms
2 Marks

Define: Gargles and elixir.

Define solutions. Give advantages and disadvantages.*

Give advantages & disadvantages of Monophasic liquids.

Define: elixir & linctuses.

Define: syrup & elixir.*

What is concentration of sugar in syrup. Explain in short about syrup.

Give the difference between lotion & liniment.
5 Marks

Short note: Syrups*

Define syrup. Write a note on compounding method of syrup.**
10 Marks

Define suture & ligature. Explain in detail about quality control tests of catgut.
Powders & Granules
2 Marks

What are powders? Classify them with suitable examples.

What do you mean by divided & built powder?

Define powder. Give its advantages.*
5 Marks

Short note: Effervescent granules.*

Define Non- Effervescent granules and explain wet granulation techniques in short.
Introduction to Pharmacopoeias
2 Marks

Expand the abbreviations BPC, BP, lP, USP.
5 Marks

Write Short note: IP*

Conclusion Note:

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