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pht 100 2

chapter 1 pt. 3

today less tha 1% of rx's are compounded
19th century apothecaries made meds from plants
the soda fountain was used to make syrup form meds by apothecaries
coke & pepsi were developed by phamacists
pharmacists in training used to spend more time as an apprentice more than a full time university student
pharmacognosy used to be emphasized in academic studies
pharmacognosy is the study of medicine function knowledge of drugs from plants, animals, & minerals
galenical pharm] is knowledge of techniques preparing meds from such sources
after the world war 2 the 20th century reached the scientific era
the scientific era was thought of as a crisis for pharmacists
in the scientifice era, tabs, caps, etc. were sythesized, developed, & mass produced with more economic health quality than pharmacists-made drugs
in the early 1900s dr. emil king was a pharm] owner who made his own drugs in fulda,mn
pharmacists merged to retail merchant when drugs moved from the drug manufacturing of apothecary shops to the manufacturing assembly lines
the emphasis on science was increased by educational institutions
in 1960, being a pharmacist required a bachelor degree of science from 5 yrs. (2 of prepharm] coursework)
pharmacology is the scientific study of functions & side effects of drugs along with physics, medicinal chemistry, & physiology were included in the pharm] degree
in the 60s,a basic science course was added to pharmaceutics
pharmaceutics is the study of release characteristics of drug dosage forms
in the 60s, the pharm] students felt that pharm] practice was getting abandoned for the basic scientific knowledge as far as training
in the 60s, the bulk of energy of pharmacists went to completing routines instead of training in knowledge & basic science of drugs
in the 60s, pharmacists lacked interaction with patients & other professionals in sharing drug info
until 1969, it was considered unethical for pharmacists to lable drug vials or discuss info with patients
in 1973, the aacp established a study commision under dr. john s. millis reevaluated the pharm] professional mission
the aacp is the american association of colleges of pharm]
in 1975, the millis commision report was titled the pharmacists for the future
the millis commision report of 1975 defined pharm] as a primarily knowledge-based profession emphasizing roles in sharing drug use info.
thanks to the millis commision report, the clinical or patient-oriented pharm] became the new emphasis
the 6 yr. degree dr. of pharm] (pharmd) was influenced by the millis commision report
pharmacokenetics is the study of the individualizing of drug dosages following the absorption, distribution, metabolism, & elimination from the body
therapeutics applies pharmacology to treatment of illnesses affecting normal body functions
pathophysilogy is the study of disease & illnesses affecting the body's normal functions
hospitals & community pharm]s are the patient oriented pharm] practice settings that labs moved to
after the millis commision report, pharmacists started interacting with physicians, interns, & residents
in the 90's drs. charles helper & linda strand developed pharmaceutical care from the millis commision report
in the 90's, pharmaceutical care got pharmacists to include appropriate drugs for the right results within drug therapy
in pharmaceutical care, there are mission statements to reflect this philosophy
Created by: frescah



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