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Edited by LYMAN RUFUS A.. , M.D., Dean, College of Pharmacy; Director, Student Health Service, University of Nebraska; Editor, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.. J. B. Lippincott Company; , Philadelphia: . 1945.. 26 X 18.5 cm.; 540 pages. Price, $3.00.


Ann Intern Med. 1945;23(6):1023. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-23-6-1023
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This comprehensive treatise is a symposium from the pens of more than twenty pharmaceutical specialists. It purports to embrace the fundamental knowledge upon which the practice of pharmacy is based. The three principal divisions of the book are set forth in the title: fundamental principles and practices; pharmaceutical preparations; biologicals.

Part one is preceded by a cogent historical review of pharmacy and its past and present relationship to medicine. The general physical and chemical processes employed in the manufacture of drugs and medicines are given in detail. The physicochemical principles involved in these procedures are discussed. Among these topics are

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