Unit 4

Inorganic Chemistry 1

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 - Miscellaneous compounds | Expectorants | Emetics | Haematinics | Poison and Antidote | Astringents |

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Syllabus :- Miscellaneous compounds Expectorants: Potassium iodide, Ammonium chloride*. Emetics: Copper sulphate*, Sodium potassium tartarate Haematinics: Ferrous sulphate*, Ferrous gluconate Poison and Antidote: Sodium thiosulphate*, Activated charcoal, Sodium nitrite333 Astringents: Zinc Sulphate, Potash Alum Miscellaneous compounds one of two or more compounds that have the same chemical formula, but have the atoms in their molecules arranged in a different way and have different properties from each other. Expectorants: Expectorants are drugs which enhance the secretion of the sputum by the air passages so that it is easier to remove the phlegm through coughing. ... Amonium chloride acts like potassium iodide but is less potent Antimony potassium tatrate also used as expectorant. Emetics: An emetic is a drug which induces vomiting. Emetics act either directly by stimulation of the chemoreceptor trigger zone, located in the area of medulla oblongata located in the brainstem in cerebellum or by inducing irritant action on gastrointestinal tract. Haematinics: HAEMATINICS are the agents used for formation of blood to treat various types of anaemia's. These include: Iron, Vitamin B and Folic Acid. Poison and Antidote: administered for the treatment of cyanide poisoning. Antidotes. Antidotes are the substances which react specifically with the ingested poison or toxic. substance or with potent drugs in case of overdose. They are used to neutralize the effect of poison in the body. Astringents: - An astringent (occasional alternative: adstringent) substance is a chemical compound that tends to shrink. constrict body tissues and precipitate the protein and astringent form protective layer on the surface. - Due to their protein action, astringents are able to reduce the cell permeability. UNIT 4th Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 definition Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 notes Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 pdf download Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 notes pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 notes Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 unit 4 notes download Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 syllabus Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 question paper Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 1st semester practical book pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 1st semester book pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 1st semester Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 1st semester important questions Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry definition Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 notes Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 pdf download Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 notes pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 notes Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry unit 4 notes download Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry syllabus Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry question paper Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1st semester practical book pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1st semester book pdf Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1st semester Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1st semester important questions miscellaneous compounds miscellaneous compounds definition miscellaneous compounds meaning miscellaneous compounds uses miscellaneous compounds pdf miscellaneous compounds examples miscellaneous compounds insecticide miscellaneous compounds classification expectorants expectorants example expectorants and mucolytics expectorants classification expectorant meaning expectorants and emetics expectorants drug expectorants mechanism of action expectorants uses emetic emetics inorganic chemistry pdf emetic drugs emetic meaning emetic definition emetic drugs examples emetic drugs classification emetics notes haematinics haematinics meaning haematinics examples haematinics examples haematinics definition haematinics pronunciation haematinics are used in deficiency of haematinics drugs haematinics classification haematinics mechanism of action Poison and Antidote poison and antidote pharmaceutical inorganic chemistry poison and antidote pdf poison and antidote inorganic chemistry ppt poison and antidote quotes poison and antidote thoughts astringent astringent meaning astringents examples astringent drugs astringents are used as astringent lotion astringent taste astringent definition

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