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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIANS consists of two parts, Theory Review and Procedures which focuses on general lab concepts, non-sterile compounding, and sterile compounding, and Self-Evaluation. Examples of compounding formulas and dosage calculations available in the Appendices. LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIANS features an easy to understand style of text, with many illustrative figures, hands-on exercises, compounding procedures, and alert boxes for important material.