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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Dr. MGR University 2009 to 2015 Question Papers PAPER II PHARMACEUTICS

Dr. MGR University SEPTEMBER 2009 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[KV 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(Regulations 2008-2009 )
(Candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Define prescription.
 Write in detail about the various parts and handling of prescriptions.
 2. Classify powders. Give example for each type of powder.
 Mention the advantages and disadvantages of powders.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Gargles and mouthwash.
 2. Stability and evaluation of emulsions.
 3. Methods of preparation of spirits.
 4. Sutures and ligatures.
 5. Lotions and liniments.
 6. Calculation of children doses.
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Dr. MGR University MARCH 2010 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[KW 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(Regulations 2008-2009 )
(Candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Write the historical background and development of pharmacy and
 pharmaceutical industry.
 2. Define posology. Write the methods of calculation of children and infant doses.
 Write the factors affecting dose selection.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Suspensions and suspending agents.
 2. Throat paints.
 3. Methods of preparation of suppositories
 4. Classify and identification of types of emulsion.
 5. Surgical dressings.
 6. Physical and chemical incompatibility
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Dr. MGR University SEPTEMBER 2010 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[KX 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(Regulations 2008-2009 )
(Candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Classify Suppository bases. What are the characteristics of an ideal base?
 Give a detailed method of preparation.
 2. Define Emulsion. Classify Emulsifying agents and Explain in detail.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Write about the formulation criteria for effervescent granules.
 2. Write about the preparation of calamine lotion.
 3. What is therapeutic incompatibility? How do you over come it?
 4. Classify medicated bandages and its uses.
 5. How much water should be mixed with 6000 ml of 40% (v/v) alcohol to make
 20% (v/v) alcohol?
 6. Give a short note on preparation of spirits.
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Dr. MGR University MAY 2011 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[KY 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(Regulations 2008-2009 )
(Candidates admitted from 2008-2009 onwards)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Define and classify monophasic liquid dosage forms.
 Discuss the various adjuvant used in the formulation of oral liquid dosage forms.
 2. Define incompatibility and classify them with suitable example.
 Discuss physical incompatibility and therapeutic incompatibility with the help of
 suitable example.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Discuss different factors affecting fixation of dose of a drug.
 2. Convert 40% v/v alcohol into proof strength.
 3. Describe the identification tests for emulsion.
 4. Displacement value and its importance.
 5. Soxhlet extraction process.
 6. Differentiate between the procedures followed in the preparation of tinctures
 from organized and unorganized drugs.
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Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2011 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[KZ 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on : Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. Discuss about posology. Explain about the factors
 affecting the dose and action of drugs with examples. 17 40 min. 20
 2. Explain in detail about suppository bases with examples. 17 40 min. 20
II. Write notes on :
 1. a) Give the Latin terms for the following:
 1. Food 2. Twice a day 3. apply
 b) Give the English meaning for the following: 4 10 min. 6
 1. Pulvis 2. Receipe 3. Solve
 2. Explain about soxhlation? 4 10 min. 6
 3. What are colouring agents? Explain them with example. 4 10 min. 6
 4. What are advantages and disadvantages of suppositories? 4 10 min. 6
 5. What is the percentage of zinc oxide in an ointment prepared
 by mixing 200 g of 10% ointment, 50 g of 20% ointment and
 100 g of 5 % ointment? 4 10 min. 6
 6. What are the ingredients used in powder formulation? 4 10 min. 6
 7. Rx
 a) Atropine sulphate 0.006
 Phenobarbital 0.015
 Aspirin 0.3
 Sig: One capsule t.i.d 4 10 min. 6
 Find out the incompatibility problem in the above prescription
 and the steps to correct it
 b) If 1500g solution containing 75g of a drug substance
 what is the percentage strength (w/w) of the solution
 8. What is effervescent powder and explain this with example. 4 10 min. 6
 9. Explain in brief about surgical sutures. 4 10 min. 6
10. Write about the formulation of suspensions. 4 10 min. 6

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Dr. MGR University APRIL 2012 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LA 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on : Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. a) Define prescription. Explain the various parts of
 prescription. 17 40 min. 20
 b) Write the historical background and development of
 pharmacy.
 2. Define ‘Surgical dressings’. Write the ideal characteristics 17 40 min. 20
 of surgical dressings and explain about bandages.
II. Write notes on :
 1. What are the various factors that influence done?
 Explain with examples. 4 10 min. 6
 2. Write a short note on sutures and sutures materials. 4 10 min. 6
 3. Identification test available for the types of emulsion. 4 10 min. 6
 4. Pharmaceutical Powders. 4 10 min. 6
 5. Define and differentiate lotions and liniments. 4 10 min. 6
 6. Suppository Bases. 4 10 min. 6
 7. Convert 70% of Alcohol to proof spirit. 4 10 min. 6
 8. Discuss about suspending agent. 4 10 min. 6
 9. Soxhlet extraction process. 4 10 min. 6
10. Write the various adjuvant used in the formulation of oral
 liquid dosage forms 4 10 min. 6

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Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2012 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LB 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL questions in the same order.
I. Elaborate on : Pages Time Marks
 (Max.) (Max.) (Max.)
 1. Define Incompatibility. Explain the chemical and Physical
 Incompatibility with examples. 17 40 min. 20
 2. a) Classify and Enumerate the advantage of powders.
 Describe the dispensing of Dusting powder with example. 17 40 min. 20
 b) Add a note on Microcapsule.
II. Write notes on:
 1. Define prescription. Discuss on various parts of prescription. 4 10 min. 6
 2. Discuss the method of calculating children dose. 4 10 min. 6
 3. Explain the preparation of Mouthwash and Collodions. 4 10 min. 6
 4. Give the note on challenges for Pharmaceutical Industry in India. 4 10 min. 6
 5. In what proportion should alcohols of 85% and 40% be mixed
 to make 60% alcohol? 4 10 min. 6
 6. Explain factors affecting the stability of emulsion. 4 10 min. 6
 7. Describe the various adjuvant required in the formulation of liquid
 dosage form. 4 10 min. 6
 8. Give the account of Identification test for types of emulsion. 4 10 min. 6
 9. How much water should be mixed with 5000mL of 85%(v/v)
 alcohol to make 50% alcohol? 4 10 min. 6
10. Explain any ONE chemical Incompatibility and the method to
 overcome the problem with examples. 4 10 min. 6
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Dr. MGR University APRIL 2013 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LC 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
 PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100 marks
 Answer All questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Define Prescription. Discuss in detail the importance of various parts of prescription
 with suitable example.
 2. a) Explain the preparation and Identification methods of emulsion.
 b) Write about factors influencing stability of emulsion.
II. Write notes on: (10 x 6 = 60)
 1. Explain the methods of evaluation of Suppositories.
 2. Describe the technique of “Percolation” process.
 3. Write briefly about bi-phasic liquid dosage form.
 4. Give the note on National formulary of India.
 5. Enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of oral powders.
 6. Discuss briefly about throat paints and throat sprays.
 7. Explain the role of thickening agents in the formulation of suspensions.
 8. Papevarine hydrochloride (M.W 376) is a 2-ion electrolyte dissociating 80% in a given
 concentration. Calculate its sodium chloride (M.W 58.5) equivalent.
 (Substance dissociate in to 2-ion, i factor is 1.8.)
 9. What are the standards prescribed by the B.P.C. for Dressing?
10. Discuss Two Therapeutic Incompatibilities and method to overcome with example.
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Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2013 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LD 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
 Answer All questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Define emulsion.
 Give an account of methods of preparation, stability and preservation of emulsion.
 2. a) Define and classify mixture with suitable examples.
 b) Explain the method of preparation of mixtures containing diffusible and
 indiffusible solids.
II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. Classify Suppository bases. What are the characteristics of an ideal base?
 2. Explain about materials used for primary wound dressing.
 3. Physical incompatibility.
 4. Discuss about emulsifying agent.
 5. Define prescription. Describe the various parts of a prescription.
 6. Classify the surgical dressings and write a note on Absorbent Cotton wool.
 7. Soxhlet extraction process.
 8. Define and classify powders giving their merits and demerits.
 9. Historical background and development of pharmacy.
10. Classify the various methods & give the formula for the calculation of paediatric doses.
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Dr. MGR University APRIL 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LE 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
 Answer All questions
I. Elaborate on: (2 x 20 = 40)
 1. Define incompatibility.
 Discuss the various types of incompatibility with three examples each.
 How do you overcome chemical incompatibility?
 2. a) Define prescription.
 Explain the various parts of a prescription.
 Give an example of
 a. typical prescription.
 b. Write on Effervescent Granules.
II. Write notes on: (10 x 3 = 30)
 1. What are the factors that influence the dose of a drug?
 2. Explain the various formulae used for calculating child dose from adult dose.
 3. How are potent drugs dispensed as powders?
 4. What are liniments? Give few examples, preparation and use.
 5. Mention the types of emulsions and explain the preparation of emulsion by
 the dry gum method.
 6. List out any four Latin terms, abbreviations and English meaning for
 time of administration of medicines.
 7. Maceration process.
 8. Identification test available for the types of emulsion.
 9. a) Adult dose of a drug is 420 mg. Calculate the dose for 9 years old child.
 (Show calculations).
 b) Prepare 250 ml. of 40% alcohol from 66% and 10% alcohol (alligation method).
10. Mixtures containing indiffusible solids with examples.
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Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2014 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LF 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(2009-2010 Regulation)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
 Answer All questions
I. Elaborate on: (4 x 10 = 40)
 1. Discuss the Physical Incompatibility and therapeutic incompatibility with the help
 of suitable examples.
 2. Define Prescription. Explain the various parts of Prescription with suitable example.
 3. Write about the factors influencing the stability of emulsion.
 4. Discuss the various adjuvants used in the formulation of Oral liquid dosage forms.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Displacement value and its importance.
 2. Merits and demerits of Suppositories.
 3. Surgical dressings.
 4. Classify Powders.
 5. What is effervescent powders? Explain this with example.
 6. Formulas for Calculation of Child dose.
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Dr. MGR University APRIL 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LG 802] Sub. Code: 3802
DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (PHARM. D) DEGREE EXAMINATION
(2009-2010 Regulation)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code: 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
 Answer All questions
I. Elaborate on: (4 x 10 = 40)
 1. Classify powders. Give example for each type of powder.
 Mention the merits and demerits of powder.
 2. Define Posology. Write the factors affecting dose selection.
 3. Classify Suppositories and give a detailed method of preparation.
 4. Write the historical background and development of Pharmacy.
II. Write notes on: (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Define and differentiate Lotions and liniments.
 2. Receiving and handling of prescription.
 3. Preparation of throat paints.
 4. Explain any one Chemical incompatibility and the method to overcome the problem
 with example.
 5. Describe the techniques of percolation process.
 6. Classify suspensions.
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Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2015 Question Paper
Subject : PAPER II  PHARMACEUTICS

[LH 802] Sub. Code: 3802
PHARM. D DEGREE EXAMINATION
(2009-2010 Regulation)
FIRST YEAR
PAPER II – PHARMACEUTICS
Q.P. Code : 383802
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 70 marks
Answer ALL questions
I. Elaborate on : (4 x 10 = 40)
 1. Classification of liquid dosage form with examples.
 2. Add an account on different types of pharmacopoeias.
 3. Formulation, stability and evaluation of suspension.
 4. Define galenicals and add a note on different equipments used in extraction process.
II. Write notes on : (6 x 5 = 30)
 1. Receiving and handling of prescription.
 2. Preparation of throat paints.
 3. Write differences between lotion and liniment.
 4. Prepare 50 ml of 3% solution of glucose in normal saline.
 5. Write short notes on physical incompatibility.
 6. Define suppository and add a note on the significances of displacement value.
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