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PHM 311 1.3/1.4

Abbr. for Dosage forms in inscription, subscription or signa

amp. ampule
cap. capsule
chart. a divided powder, powder in a paper
cr., crm cream (oil in water mixture)
elix. elixir (drug, water, some alcohol)
emul. emulsion
Liq. a solution
Lot. a lotion
Parenteral Indicates routes of administration other than the gastrointestinal tract
pulv., pulvis a bulk powder. Applied directly to the skin from the container
sol. solution (drug in water)
supp., sup., suppos suppository
susp. suspension (solid is dispersed in a liquid, called a lotion when used topically)
syr. syrup
tab. tablet
tinc., tr., tinct. tincture (solution with a lot of alcohol, drug at high concentrations)
ung, unguetum, oint. ointment (continuous oil based)
vl vial
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