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Tonicity adjustment with E-value Method

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Topic: Pharmaceutical Calculation Chapter: Colligative properties of solution and isotonicity The sodium chloride equivalent method (aka NaCl e-value method) is the most popular method of rendering an ophthalmic preparation isotonic. This video discusses the following: a) The concept of e-value of a drug. b) The general structure of questions that appear in NAPLEX and Pharmaceutics quizzes. c) Steps you need to follow to solve these problems. d) Making a preparation isotonic with the help of non-sodium chloride tonicity-adjusting agents, such as boric acid. This is an education video only. Anyone can distribute and use for educational purpose. No rights reserved by me. I like to thank Bensound (www.bensound.com) for their kind permission to use this royalty free background music. Note: the term "tonic" is used as a part of isotonic, hypertonic, hypotonic adjectives. However, 'tonicic' too is used as adjective when we mean strength or equivalent amount of something. This is not a typo in this video. Pages 175, 179, 182 of Ansel's Pharmaceutical Calculation (14th ed) have this term mentioned. Thanks for watching. Mamoon Rashid, PhD Appalachian College of Pharmacy
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Text Comments (4)
Nehal Abdelaal (2 months ago)
Thanks a lot you e value definition was soooo helpful to me
00jennifer13 (3 months ago)
Thanks so much
irfan khan (5 months ago)
Thanks Mamun bhai. It was really helpful.
sh shosho (9 months ago)

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