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Antibiotics, also called antibacterials are a type of antimicrobial drug used in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infection. They either kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria. Antibiotics may have several mechanisms of action, including inhibiting cell wall synthesis, increasing cell membrane permeability, and interfering with protein synthesis, nucleic acid metabolism, and other metabolic processes (e.g. folic acid synthesis).

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Eye care/ Ophthalmic preparationsmore_vert

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Ophthalmic preparations are sterile products that may contain one or more pharmaceutical ingredient (s) administered topically, or by subconjunctival or intraocular (e.g. intravitreal and intracameral) injection in the form of solution, suspension, or ointment.

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Hormone is a chemical substance that is produced in one part of the body (by an endocrine gland) and is carried in the blood to other distant organs or tissues where it acts to modify their structure or function. Some cells release hormones that induce a response in the neighboring cells (paracrine function), or sometimes the hormones can act on the cells they are released from (autocrine function).

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Oncology/Antineoplastics/ Chemotherapeutics/Cytotoxicsmore_vert

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A branch of medicine that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. It includes medical oncology (the use of chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and other drugs to treat cancer), radiation oncology (the use of radiation therapy to treat cancer), and surgical oncology (the use of surgery and other procedures to treat cancer).

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TPN / I.V. Admixturesmore_vert

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An IV admixture is a resulting combination when one or more sterile products are added to a 50 mL or larger bag or bottle of IV fluid for parenteral administration. To maintain sterility and freedom from particulate matter and pyrogens, it is imperative that they be manipulated in a suitable environment by use of aseptic techniques.

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