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1.SIMPLE SYRUP I.

P
Aim: To prepare and dispense simple syrup I.P.

Requirements: Sucrose, beaker, stirrer, spatula, measuring cylinder and purified


water.

Principle: Syrups are sweetened, viscous, concentrated solutions of sucrose or,


other sugars in water or any other suitable aqueous vehicles. These are further
classified into 2 classes.

1. Simple flavored syrups

2. Medicated syrups

Simple flavor syrups: Do not contain any medicament or drug. These syurps are
used as a vehicle for other Liquid preparation to mask the disagreeable taste of
drug.

Medicated syrups: These contain some medicinal substance along with their
other additives. Sucrose concentration in simple syrup is a 66.7%w/w

Procedure:

1. Add water to sucrose in a beaker and heat on water bath until sucrose dissolves
add sufficient boiling water to produce the final volume.

2. Filter hot syrup through cotton wool .Cool the syrup and preservatives may be
added for stability.

LABEL:

Use: Pharmaceutical acid ( A non-medicated syrup)

Storage: Stored in a well closed container at a temperature not exceeding 25^C

Report:
Observations:

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantities quantities
1. Sucrose 667gm

2. Distilled 1000ml 10ml


water

LABEL:
Experiment-2

Paracetamol Pediatric syrup


Aim: To prepare and dispense 10ml of paracetamol pediatric syrup.

Requirements: Paracetamol, sugar syrup, beaker, glass rod and measuring


cylinder.

Principle: In paracetamol pediatric syrup, paracetamol acts as a antipyretic,


analgesic, and sugar syrup will acts as flavored vehicles.

Procedure:

1.Dissolve paracetamol in part of purified water.

2. Add preservatives to this solution and make up the solution with sucrose syrup.

3. Transfer the syrup in to a suitable container and label it.

LABEL:

Dose: Each 5ml contain 125mg of paracetamol.

Direction: For internal use only

Use: Antipyretic and analgesic

Storage: Stored in a well closed container in a cool place.

Report:
Observations:

1. Preparation of simple syrup:-

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantities quantities
1. Sucrose 667gm

2. Distilled 1000ml 10ml


water

2. Preparation of paracetamol syrup:-

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantities quantities
1. Paracetamol 2.5gm

2. Sugar syrup 100ml 10ml

LABEL:
Experiment-3

Pediatric paracetamol Elixir -(BP)


Aim: To prepare & dispense 50ml of pediatric paracetamol.

Requirements: Paracetamol, Ethanol, propylene glycol, chloroform sprit, invert


sugar, amaranth Solution, glycerol.

Requirements: Beaker, glass rod, spatula, water, measuring cylinder.

Principle: Elixirs are clear, flavored, sweetened hydro alcoholic liquid preparations
for oral administration. The Percentage of alcohol varies from 4 to 40 % in this
elixirs, Paracetamol is used as antipyretic and analgesic. Propylene glycol, ethanol,
and glycerol these are all acts a vehicle and co-solvent to increase the solubility of
poorly soluble ingredients. Chloroform spirit acts as a preservative. Invert syrup
acts a sweetening agent.

Procedure:

 Dissolve paracetamol in mixture of ethanol (96%) propylene glycol and


chloroform sprit.

 The amount of alcohol is not sufficient to dissolve prescribed quantity of


paracetemol, but due to combination of solvents, its solubility is enhance.

 Add rest of the ingredients with constant stirring and glycerol to produce
50ml.

LABEL:

Use: Antipyretic and analgesic.

Storage: It should be protected from light.

Alcohol contain: 10 to 12% v/v.

Report:
Observations:

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantities quantities
1. Paracetamol 24gm

2. Ethanol 100ml

3. Propylene Glycol 100ml

4 Chloroform spirit 20ml

5. Invert syrup 300ml

6. Amaranth 2ml
solution
7. Glycerol 1000ml 50ml

LABEL:
Experiment-4

Simple Linctus
Aim: To prepare and dispense 20ml of simple linctus BP.

Requirements: Excipients, beaker, glass rod.

Principle: Linctus are usually intended for use in the treatment of cough, being
sipped and swallowed slowly without the addition of coater. In these simple
linctus citric acid is used in the treatment of mild-non specific cough. Chloroform
spirit are added to preserve preparation. Color is added to improve the esthetic
property. Concentrated peppermint water is added as a flavoring agent and syrup
is add as a vehicle.

Preparation: Dissolve the citric acid in the chloroform, Peppermint water and
amaranth solution. Add the syrup to make the desired volume.

Label:

Use: To relief from pain &cough.

Storage: Keep in a well closed air tight container.

Report:
Observations:

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantities quantities
1. Concentrated 10ml
peppermint water

2. Amaranth solution 15ml

3. Citric acid 25gm

4 Chloroform spirit 60ml

5. Syrup 1000ml 20ml

LABEL:
Experiment-5

Mandal’s throat paint


Aim: To prepare and dispense 20ml of throat paint .

Requirements: potassium Iodide, Iodide, alcohol, water, peppermint oil, Glycerin,


beaker, glass rod.

Principle: Mandls throat paint is the solution of iodine in glycerin. Iodine and
potassium iodide form complexes such as KI, KII, KII2 KII3…... . These poly iodides
are more soluble in solvents like water, glycerin and hydro alcoholic mixture.
These polyiodides because of high solubility keeps iodine in solution. Glycerin is
used as vehicle in preparation to get a prolonged contact of medicament to the
infected surfaces because of its high viscosity. Peppermint oil is used as flavor the
throat paint and to keep it in sol little alcohol is added.

Procedure: Accurately weighed of potassium iodide was dissolve in water and


iodine was added to it. The sol was stirred until iodine completely
dissolves, then peppermint oil was added to alcohol in another
container. Both the solution were mixed well make up to volume
with glycerin then the throat pain was transferred to a clean wide
mouth container.

Label:
Storage: stored in a cool please in a well closed container.

Category: Throat paint.

Special instruction: shake well before use.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Potassium Iodide 5gm

2. Iodine 10.5gm

3. Alcohol(90%) 40ml

4 Water 25ml

5. Peppermint oil 4ml

6. Glycerine 1000ml

LABEL:
Experiment-6
Calamine lotion
Aim: To prepare and dispense 30 ml of calamine lotion.

Requirements: Calamine, Zinc oxide, Bentonite , Glycerin, sodium citrate,


Liquefied phenol ,rose water.

Apparatus: Beaker, Purified water, Glass rod, Mortar & Pestle and Measuring
cylinder.

Principal: It is a suspension Containing in diffusible Solids for external use ,


bentonite as a suspension agent, dispersion of bentonite is observed if it is
mixed intimately with in soluble medicament i.e calamine & zinc oxide are
astringents & protective agents. The sodium citrate causes partly deflocculation of
calamine and transfers bentonite from gel to solid in its absence. Hence it is
thicker & difficult to pour from bottle.

Procedure:

1. Mix the weighed amounts of Calamine, Zno, Bentonite in a mortar& pestle.


2. Triturate with a solution of sodium citrate in 25 ml of water.
3. Add required amounts of liquified phenol & Glycerine.
4. Mix well, to this add more of vehicle to produce required volume, mix
thoroughly so as to get uniform preparation.
Directions:
1. Shake well before use.
2. To be applied 2-3 times a day.
Uses:
1. This is used as astringent.
2. Used as smoothening agent and gives relief from itching and pain during skin
diseases and infections.
3. It is also used in ring worm infections .
Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Calamine 150gm

2. Zinc oxide 50gm

3. Bentonite 15gm

4 Glycerine 5ml

5. Sodium citrate 5ml

6. Liquefied phenol 50ml

7. Rose water 1000ml

LABEL:
Experiment-7

Milk of Magnesia (I.P)

Aim: To prepare and dispense 20ml of milk of magnesia.


Requirements: Magnesium sulphate , sodium hydroxide, light magnesium oxide
and purified water.
Apparatus: Beaker, glass rod, funnel, mortar and pestle.
Principle: It is aqueous of colloidal dispersion of magnesium hydroxide. It is
prepared by precipitation method and hydration method or both. It
is not excessively thick or thin but holds design viscosity, It has two
actions in low dose (1 -4ml) it acts as an antacid, while in higher dose
(8 – 10ml) it acts as a laxative.
Reaction: MgO+H2O ------- Mg (OH)2
Mg SO4+ 2 NaOH ----------Mg (OH)2 + Na2SO4
Procedure:
 Dissolve sodium hydroxide in sufficient purified water contained in a
beaker.
 Triturate Magnesium oxide in a mortar with the solution of hydroxide to
from a smooth cream.
 Dissolve magnesium sulphate in sufficient water in a separate beaker.
 Add cream to the sol of magnesium sulphate with constant stirring.
 This mixture is set a side for 48 hrs.
 After 48 hrs poured of supernant liquid.
 Add hot purified water to the precipitate of magnesium hydroxide to wash
the sulphate ions from precipitate.
 Transfer the washed precipitate to the suitable container and label it.
Label:
Dose: 1 to 4ml as antacid , 8 to 10ml as laxative.
Storage: Stored in a air tight container in a cool place.
Direction: Shake well before use.
Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Magnesium sulfate 47.5gm

2. Sodium hydroxide 50.5gm

3. Light magnesium oxide 15gm

4 Purified water 1000ml

LABEL:
Experiment-8

Castor Oil Emulsion


Aim: To prepare & dispense 30ml of castor oil emulsion.

Requirements: Castor oil, Acacia gum, water, mortar & pestle, Beaker &
Measuring cylinder.

Principle: It is prepared by wet gum method, in which a primary emulsion is


prepared in the ratio of 4:2:1 (fixed oil : water : Acacia gum). Castor oil acts as
purgative, acacia as emulsifying agent which forms a protective barrier and
reduces interfacial tension. Water as dispersion medium.

Procedure:

1. Mortar & pestle are thoroughly cleaned & dried.

2. 2g of acacia gum is weighed & transferred into mortar and triturated.

3. 4ml of water is measured and transferred into mortar & triturated with gum to
from mucilage.

4. 8ml of castor oil is measured and added to mucilage in small quantities with
continuous trituration.

5. After each addition trituration is briskly done without stopping until a clicking
sound is produced. Then emulsion is known as primary emulsion .Then above
10ml vehicle is added with small quantities at a time with to get the
homogeneous product. Then emulsion is transferred to measuring cylinder &
more of vehicle is added to produce final volume of 30ml & is stirred thoroughly
to get uniform emulsion. The preparation is transferred to bottle lid is placed &
bottle is wiped to remove finger prints, labelled and dispensed.

Storage: Stored in well close container.


Direction: 1. For internal use only.
2.Should not be administered at bed time, preferred early in the morning.
Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Castor oil 26.6ml

2. Purified water 1000ml

LABEL:
Experiment-10

Camphor Liniment
Aim: To prepare and dispense 10ml of camphor liniment.

Requirements: camphor, arachis oil, glass rod and beaker.

Principle: camphor in the preparation acts an counter irritant which reduces pain
from sciatica, fibrosites, neurolgiaect. by producing warm tingling& numeness.
When rubbed into the skin,if they also cause redness, they are called rubefaciants.
Blunt oils such as arachis oil are less irritant and spread easily into the skin which
aids penetration of medicament into the skin and potentiates these counter
irritant and rubefaciant action.

Procedure:

Camphor was accurately weighed dissolved in arachis oil &then transferred


into a clean container labeled& dispensed.

Label:
Category: counter irritant, antipyretic.

Storage:stored in a well closed container.

Special instruction: To be applied on effected part with friction.

Causion: Shake well before use should not be applied to broken skin.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Camphor 200gm

2. Arachis oil 1000ml

LABEL:
Experiment:11

Strong ammonium acetate solution


Aim: To prepare and dispense 30ml of strong ammonium acetate solution.

Requirements: Glacial acetic acid, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium solution


strong, purified water, beaker, glass rod, measuring cylinder.
Principle: Strong ammonium acetate solution was prepared by chemical reaction
method. It is used as a mild expectorant, diaphoretic and diuretic. In this solution
strong ammonia is used to neutralize the excess glacial acetic acid and obtain a
condition of neutrality. To avoid the incompatibility of ammonium acetate and
lead. It forms lead acetate which may turn to a turbid solution. So the solution is
filled in a lead free glass bottle.

Procedure:
1. Mix glacial acetic acid, ammonium bicarbonate, 10ml of purified water.
2. Strong ammonia is added to the above solution (Ammonia is added to obtain a
condition of complete neutralization, pH approximately between 7-8).
3. Dilute the preparation with purified water to produce the desired volume.
4. Fill the solution in a lead free glass bottle and label it.
Label:
Use: Mild expectorant, diaphoretic and diuretic.
Storage: Stored in a lead free glass bottle, in a cool place .
Dose: 1-5ml
Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Glacial acetic acid 453gm

2. Ammonium bicarbonate 470gm

3. Ammonium solution 100ml


(strong)
4 Purified water 1000ml

Label:
Experiment-12
Cresol with soap solution
Aim: To prepare and dispense 30ml of cresol with soap solution.

Requirements: Cresol, vegetable oil, potassium hydroxide, purified water, beaker,


water bath, measuring cylinder.

Principle: It is also called as Lysol solution. It is used as a disinfectant for floors,


table tops, working area and surgical instruments. Cresol is soluble water to the
extent of 2% v/v, while in soap solution to the extent of 50% v/v, in this
preparation soap prepared in-situ place a role of solubilizing agent, to solubilize
more of the cresol.

Procedure:

1. Dissolve potassium hydroxide in 10ml of purified water. Add vegetable oil in


this solution.
2. Heat on water bath. Heating is continued until a small portion dissolved in
water without the separation of oil phase.
3. Add cresol to the above soap solution mix thoroughly.
4. Add sufficient purified water to make the volume upto 30ml.
Label:

Use: Disinfectant.

Storage: Stored in a well closed container, and kept in cool place.

Direction: For external use only.

Causion: Keep out of reach of children.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Cresol 500ml

2. Vegetable oil 180ml

3. Potassium hydroxide 42gm

4 Purified water 1000ml

Cresol with soap solution


NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
FOR EXTERNAL USE
ONLY
USE: Disinfectant
STORAGE: Stored in a well closed
container
CAUSION: Keep out of reach of
children
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRESS OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment-13
ORS POWDER (WHO)
(Oral Rehydration Salt)
Aim: To prepare and dispense 5g of ORS powder (WHO).
Requirements: Sodium chloride, glucose, potassium chloride, dry sodium citrate,
mortar and pestle.

Principle: ORS powder is used as an electrolyte replenisher and usually given in


case of severe watery diarrhoea. Quantity of all salts is according to the
osmolarity required as recommended by WHO guidelines. Addition of powders
intake geometrical ratio is to obtain uniform powder mixture .To protect the
powder the powder from the effect of atmospheric conditions.

Procedure:

1. Weigh sodium chloride, glucose, potassium chloride, disodium citrate into


the mortar.
2. Mix all the salts by adding them in geometrical ratio.
3. Store the powder mixture into a air tight container and label it.
Label:

Dose: Each 5g is dissolved in 25oml of purified water.

Use: Electrolyte replenisher.

Storage: Keep in a air tight container.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Sodium chloride 2.6gm

2. Glucose 13.5gm

3. Potassium chloride 1.5gm

4 Tri sodium citrate dihydrate 2.9gm

ORS Powder (WHO)


NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
FOR INTERNAL USE
ONLY
USE: Electrolyte replenisher
STORAGE: Stored in a air tight
container
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRESS OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment no:14
Effervescent Granules of Sodium Phosphate(U.S.P)
Aim: To prepare and dispense 5g of effervescent granules of sodium phosphate.

Requirements: Sodium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate, tartaric acid, china dish,


spatula.

Principle: Effervescent preparation provides effervescence of co2 gas when added


to water by a chemical reaction between alkali metal carbonates or bicarbonates
with tartaric acid or citric acid. This preparation is intended to be dissolved in
water before it is being taken orally. The co2 gas is released as a result of acid-
base reaction. The preparation is advised to be taken while effervescence.

Procedure:

1. Citric acid is mixed with sodium phosphate and tartaric acid.


2. Add sodium bicarbonate to the above mixture and mix it gently.
3. The final powdered mixture is placed in a china dish previously
heated on water bath.
4. Stir the mixture with the help of a spatula constantly still it becomes
damp mass.
5. Pass damp mass through sieve number8.
6. Dry granules at a room temperature not exceeding 54^C.
7. Pass dry granules through appropriate sieve.
8. Pack dry uniform sized granules in a wide mouthed bottle.

Label:
Dose: Each 5g contains sodium phosphate 1g.

Storage: Stored in air tight container in a cool place,

Use: Saline purgative and mild diuretic.

Report:

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantity quantity
1. Sodium phosphate 0.9g

2. Sodium bicarbonate 2.1g

3. Tartaric acid 1.1g

4 Citric acid 0.7g


Effervescent granules
NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
FOR INTERNAL USE
ONLY
Dose : Each dose contains 5g of
sodium phosphate
USE: saline purgative & mild
diuretic
STORAGE: keep in air tight
container
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRES OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment:15
Dusting Powders
Aim: To prepare and dispense 2g of dusting powders.

Requirements: Purified talc, starch, zinc oxide, mortar and pestle, spatula.

Principle: Dusting powders are usually mixtures of two or more substances in fine
powder intended for external use. Starch possess binding as well as good flow
property which helps the powder to flow easily, spread uniformly and cling to the
skin on application. Talc is natural mineral substance zinc oxide is protectant.

Procedure:

1. Weigh the required quantity of purified talc and zinc oxide.


2. Mix zinc oxide with starch and incorporate purified talc.
3. Mix thoroughly and pass the mixed powder through a sieve no.120 to
remove gritty particles.
4. After sieving whole of the powder must be again slightly mixed.
5. Pack the powder to protect it from air, moisture and contamination.
Label:

Storage: Store in a well closed container and should be kept in a cool place.

Category: Antiseptic dusting powder.

Caution: Do not apply on raw (or) weeping surface.

Direction: For external use only.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Purified talc 1g

2. Starch 0.5g

3. Zinc oxide 0.5g

Dusting powder
NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO: Label:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY
Caution: do not apply on raw or
weeping skin
STORAGE: keep in well closed container
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRESS OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment:16
Divided Powders
Aim: To prepare and dispense divided powder for one day.

Requirements: Mortar and pestle, spatula, aspirin, paracetamol.

Principle: These are unit dose powders in which each dose is separately enclosed
in properly folded papers and dispensed in envelopes, metal tails, small heated
plastic bags or other containers. In the given prescription aspirin and paracetamol
acts as a anti-inflammatory and antipyretic agents.

Procedure:

1. Weigh the calculated amount of aspirin and paracetamol and mix them
thoroughly.
2. Weigh 450gm of mixed powders for each dose.
3. Prepare such powders suitable for one day consumption.
4. Wrap in a suitable sized powder papers label it and dispense.
Label:

Direction: Powder to be taken twice a day, 4 times a day.

Uses: It is used as an analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory.

Storage: Store in a dry place, keep away from moisture.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Aspirin 300mg

2. paracetamol 150mg

Divided powder
Label: NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
Direction: 4 unit dose for one day
consumption
Caution: do not apply on raw or
weeping skin
STORAGE: keep in well closed container, in dry place
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRESS OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment:17

Zinc sulphate and zinc chloride mouth wash

Aim: To prepare and dispense 10ml of zinc chloride & zinc sulphate mouth wash.

Requirements: Zinc sulphate, Zinc chloride, Dil Hcl, tartrazine solution, chloroform
water, beaker, glass rod, measuring cylinder, funnel and filter paper.

Principle: Zinc sulphate, Zinc chloride, acts as a astringents and dil Hcl is added to
form clear solution, compound tartrazine is a coloring agent and chloroform water
acts as a vehicle. This is prepared by simple solution method.

Procedure:

 Dissolve Zinc sulphate, Zinc chloride in chloroform water add dil Hcl to make
clear solution.
 Add compound tartrazine solution and finally make up with chloroform
water.

Label:

Direction: For oral use only

Uses: Astringent

Storage: Store in a well closed container & in cool place

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Zinc sulphate 20g

2. Zinc chloride 1g

3. Dil Hcl 1ml

4 Compound tartrazine 1ml


solution

5. Chloroform water 10ml


Zinc sulphate, Zinc chloride
Label: mouth wash
NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
FOR ORAL USE ONLY
STORAGE: stored in a cool place
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRES OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment No: 18

Povidone-Iodine gargle

AIM: To prepare and dispense 10ml of povidone iodine gargle.

Requirements: Povidone iodine, purified water, beaker, stirrer, measuring cylinder.

Principle: It is used to treat infections of lining of mouth and throat such as


gingivitis and mouth ulcers. It is an antiseptic active against micro-organisms,
bacteria, fungus, virus, protozoa and bacterio spores. It is also used for oral
hygiene before during after dental or oral surgery. It is used by diluting with equal
volume of warm water gargle up to 10ml for 30 sec with out swallowing. These
are supplied in colored fluted bottles.

Procedure: Weighed 1gm of povidone iodine and transfer to 100ml measuring


cylinder and add boil and cooled purify water to the measuring cylinder, stir well.
Transfer the solution in a appropriate ambered colored glass bottle and label it.

Label:

Direction:

 Dilute the solution with equal volume of water (warm) Before use.
 Gargle for 30sec.
Storage: Store in a cool and dark place.

Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. Povidone iodine 1g

2. Purified water 100ml

Label:
Povidone Iodine Gargle
NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
Direction: Dilute the solution with equal
volume warm water before use.
FOR ORAL USE ONLY
STORAGE: stored in a cool place
and Dark place.
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRES OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment-19

Sulphur ointment

Aim: To prepare and dispense 5g of sulfur ointment.

Requirements: Beaker, Glass rod, ointments slab, spatula, sublimed sulphur, wool
fat, hard paraffin, white soft paraffin, cetostearyl alcohol.

Principle: Ointments are semisolid preparation meant for external application to


the skin or mucous membrane. They usually contain medicament or medicaments
are dissolved or dispensed or suspended or emulsified as and antiseptic,
antifungal agents and sulphur ointment used to treat different skin infections.

Procedure:

Preparation of simple ointment:

 Required quantity of hard paraffin and cetostearyl alcohol.


 Wool fat and white soft paraffin were incorporated and stirred until all
ingredients were melted.
 The mixture was stir thoroughly until cooled.
Preparation of sulphur ointment:

 Sublimed sulphur was triturated and finely shifted through sieve no.85.
 Required quantity of sulfur was taken on ointment slab and mix small
amount of ointment of simple ointment was gradually added until
homogeneous mass obtained.
Label:

Direction:

 Apply as directed.
 For external use only.
Storage: Keep in well closed container and cool place.
Report:

1) Preparation of Simple ointment base:

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantity quantity
1. Wool fat 5g

2. Hard paraffin 5g

3. Cetostearyl alcohol 5g

4. White soft paraffin 85g

S.no Ingredients Official Required


quantity quantity
1. Sublimed sulfur 10g

2. Simple ointment 90g

Sulfur ointment
NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
Category: Antibacterial, antifungal
FOR EXTERNAL USE
ONLY
STORAGE: stored in a cool place
and Dark place.
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRES OF PHARMACY: VNIPS
Experiment-20

Non staining iodine ointment

Aim: To prepare and dispense Non-staining iodine ointment.

Requirements: china dish, Glass rod, spatula, Iodine, arachis oil, wool fat, yellow
soft paraffin.

Principle: It is called non-staining ointment because does not leave the stain of
iodine over the rubbed part of skin because here iodine is not in free from but it is
in the combined form of Di-iodostearic acid which does not give the stain. Here
the iodine is used as antibacterial agent and acts as a counter irritant. It is
prepared by chemical reaction method.

Procedure: Powder iodine in a mortar and add arachis oil in glass stoppered
conical flask and stir well.

Heat the above mixture at about 50oc on a water bath till the brown colour
changes to greenish black colour.

Melt yellow soft paraffin and add to the iodised oil mix well and pour into a warm
pot and allow cooling without further stirring and label it.

Label:

Use: Counter-irritant

Storage: Keep in a well closed container and cool place.

Direction:

 Apply as directed.
 For external use only.
Report:
S.no Ingredients Official Required
quantity quantity
1. iodine 50g

2. Arachis oil 150ml

3. Yellow soft paraffin 4g

Non staining iodine ointment


NAME: SEX:
AGE: REF NO:
DATE OF DESPENSING:
Category: Counter-irritant
FOR EXTERNAL USE
ONLY
STORAGE: stored in a well closed
container and cool place.
PRESCRIBED BY:
DISPENSED BY:
ADDRES OF PHARMACY: VNIPS