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the spatula is ruined, and it becomes useless for pharmacy work. Graduates Graduates are conical or cylindrical clear glass containers, graduated in specified quantities and used to measure liquids volumetrically. Measuring should always be done at eye level. DRUG INCOMPATIBILITIES, CONTRAINDICATIONS, AND ADVERSE EFFECTS Occasionally, the drugs we use to improve a person’s condition may not work in the manner intended. The outcome may be contrary to that which was expected, and, indeed, could even cause harm to the patient. It is important to be aware of symptoms that may indicate a drug is not doing its job properly. Incompatibilities LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Identify the three classifications of drug incompatibility, a n d re c a l l w h a t c a u s e s t h e s e d r u g incompatibilities to occur. T h e r e a r e i n s t a n c e s w h e n a d r u g u s e d simultaneously with another drug or substance does not perform as it was intended. These drugs or substances may be incompatible together and, therefore, should not be administered at the same time. A drug incompatibility can also occur when drugs are compounded together in the pharmacy. There are three classes of drug incompatibilities: therapeutic, physical, and chemical. In the following sections, each class of drug incompatibility is discussed. THERAPEUTIC INCOMPATIBILITIES.— Therapeutic incompatibilities occur when agents 6-18 HM3F0802 MORTAR AND PESTLE SPATULA GRADUATE (CONICAL) GRADUATE (CYLINDRICAL) PRESCRIPTION BALANCE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1/2 1/2 1/4 OZ. PT. Figure 6-2.—Pharmaceutical instruments.


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