LESSON PLAN
Name of Faculty: RASHMI WADHWA
Discipline: DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY
Semester/Year: 2nd  Year
Subject/Code: PHARMACEUTICS-II (2131)
Lesson Plan Duration: 39 Weeks (August 2017 to April-2018)
Work Load (Lectute/Practical) per week (in Hours):  
WEEK THEORY PRACTICAL
Lecture Day Topic (Including assignment /Test) Practical Day  
1st 1st Prescription, parts of prescription 1st prepare and submit oral divided powder, bismuth carbonate powder
2nd handling of prescription
3rd Latin terms
2nd 1st Revision 2nd prepare and submit ca. carbonate powder, sod. Chloride and dextrose powder, comp. rhubarb powder and oral divided powder
2nd modern methods of prescription,
3rd care required in despensing prescription
3rd 1st sources of error in prescription 3rd Perpare and dispense oral divided powderand compd. Powder and dusting powder
2nd revision
3rd Incompatabilities, physical incompatability
4th 1st chemical incompatability therapeutic incompatability 4th Prepare and submit dusting powders, analgesic capsules
2nd therapeutic incompatability 
3rd Revision
5th 1st chemical incompatability causing evaluation of co2 gas 5th Prepare and submit haemtainic capsules, antibiotic capsule andsimple mixtures
2nd Factor influencing dose, route of adminisration 
3rd Body weight, emotional factore, sex, age, 
6th 1st accumulation, enviormental factors,antagonism, synergism, additive effects 6th prepare and submit simple mixture
2nd tolerance, idosyncracy,tachyphylaxics, time of administration
3rd metabolic disturbances,prevention of disesas
7th 1st calculation of doses on basis of age, 7th Prepare and submit simple mixture and mixture contg. diffusable solids 
2nd   sex and surface area
3rd veterinary doses. 
8th 1st powder types, advantages, disadvantages 8th Prepare and submit simple mixture contg. diffusable solids 
2nd powder enclose in form of granules
3rd revision
9th 1st catchets, tablet triturates, dispensing of powders involving  special problems 9th Prepare and submit simple mixture contg. diffusable solids and mixture contg.in diffusable solids 
2nd effervescent powders, eutectic mixtrure
3rd granular powder, effervescent granules
10th 1st Weighing methods, possible errors in weighing, min. weighable amount and weighing of material below min. weighable amount 10th revision
2nd   weighing of material below min. weighable amount
3rd geometric dilution andproper care and uses of dispensing balance 
11th 1st  Sessional exams 11th  
12th 1st Monophasic liquid dosageforms, classification 12th Prepare and submit simple mixture contg. indiffusable solids and o/w type emulsion
2nd vehicles, essential adjuvants like stabalizers
3rd colourants and flavours with examples.
13th 1st mixtures, syrups,formulation of syrups, elixers 13th Prepare and submit o/w type emulsionfor internal use and liquid parrafin emulsion
2nd gargles,linctuse, mouth washes, throat paints 
3rd douches, ear drops, nasal drops 
14th 1st spray, liniments, lotions 14th prepare and submit o/w type emulsion and calamine ointment and simple ointment
2nd suspension, quality of a good suspension, methods of dispensing suspension
3rd adjuvants like thickening agents, wetting agents 
15th 1st Classisficaion of suspension 15th prepare and submit sulphur ointment, zinc oxide ointment, white fields ointment and salicylic acid ointment
2nd flocuulated and non floculated suspension
3rd formulation of suspension, stabiliy of suspension
16th 1st Emulisons,types of emulsion 16th prepre and submit wool alcohol ointment, salicylic acid ointment, icthamol ointment and methylsalicylic acid ointment
2nd  identification tests of emulsion
3rd formulation of emulsion
17th 1st selection of emulsifying agents 17th Prepare and submit cream, antiseptic cream, cold cream, cataplasm
2nd instabilities in emulsion, prepration of emulsion
3rd stability of emulsion
18th 1st ointments, classification of ointments  18th Prepare and submit zinc oxide and salicylic acid paste, resorcinol paste, antifungal paste and morisons paste
2nd selection of dermatological vehicles
3rd preparation of ointments by trituration method
19th 1st preparation of ointments by fusion method 19th Prepare and submit crystal violet paint, orange syrup and chloral hydrate elixir
2nd preparation of ointments by chemical reaction 
3rd preparation of ointments by  emulsification method
20th 1st paste, difference between paste and ointment 20th Prepare and submit gargle,mouthwash, soft soap enema and starch mucilage
2nd  methods of prep of paste jellies, typesof jellies
3rd bases of pastes and their preservation 
21st 1st types of jellies and their preperation  21st revision
2nd poultices
3rd various additives like vehicle
22nd 1st preservatives 22nd revision
2nd colouring agents
3rd flavouring agents
23rd Winter Vacations 23rd  
24th 1st sweetening agents 24th revision
2nd binding agents
3rd Revision
25th   2nd Sessional Exams (Tentative) 25th  
26th 1st supposotories , merits and demerits 26th prapare and submit castor oil enema, aq. Inhalation, menthol inhalation
2nd types of supposotories, bases
3rd classification of supposotory bases
27th 1st properties of supposotories, and use of supposotories 27th prepare and submit chloramphenicol ear drops, sod. Bicarbonate ear drops, boric acid ear drops and liniment 
2nd dentifrices, facial cosmetics
3rd antiperspirants and deodrants, shampoos
28th 1st hair dressing 28th prepare and submit white liniment, application, calamine lotion
2nd hair dyes, depilotories
3rd antidandruff preparation
29th 1st parenteral preparation, advantage and disadvantage of parental 29th prepare and submit emulsion with physical incompatibility, insufflation with physical incompatibility, powder with therapeutic incompatibility
2nd route of administration, types
3rd general requirments for parenteral dosage forms
30th 1st formulation, containers and closuers 30th prepare and submit mixture with chemical incompatibility, draught with chemical incompatibility 
2nd processing of parenteral preparation, production facilities
3rd Revision
31st 1st preparation of intravenous fluid, admixtures, TPN 31st prepare and dispense mixture with chemical incompatibility and spray solution
2nd Sterility test, Particulate matter, monitoring
3rd pyrogen testing
32nd 1st faculty seal packaging 32nd prepare and submit boric acid suppositories, alum suppositories, chloral hydrate suppositories and glycerogelation suppositories
2nd dialysis fluids
3rd Revision
33rd 1st Opthalmic products 33rd revision
2nd formulation additives
3rd Eyedrops, eye lotion
34th 1st Eye ointment 34th Revision
2nd Eye suspension
3rd conact lens solution
35th 1st Revision 35th revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
36th 3rd Sessional Exams (Tentative) 36th  
37th 1st Revision 37th revision
2nd Revision
3rd Revision
38th 1st Revision revision
2nd Revision              38th
3rd Revision
1st Revision revision
    39th 2nd Revision              39th
  3rd Revision