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Match the word combination with its Ukrainian variant




1. drugs ready to use .
2. hot water bottle b.
3. filling prescription .
4. medicine dropper d.
5. mustard plaster .
6. refilling prescription f.
7. drug cabinet g.
8. side effect h.
9. clinical trial .
10. ratio of the lethal dose to the active one j.

3. Fill in the words from the list, then make sentences using the completed phrases.

facility, factor, institution, patient, water, index, a label, cupping, dosage

Safety..., therapeutic..., prophylactic..., hot... bottle,... glasses, inadequate..., to be given to the..., to be placed on..., pharmaceutical....

4. Fill in the words from the list to complete the sentences.

remedies, drugs, medicines, pills, ointment, laxatives, sedatives, prescription, sleeping draughts, mustard plasters, cupping glasses

1. The pharmacist compounds, dispenses and sells different ______.

2. She is rubbing in a healing___________ to relieve pain and skin irritation.

3. Any kept in a cold place should be shaken before using.

4. ___________ are usually prescribed in case of sleeplessness.

5. Potent and strong effective drugs are available only by a doctor's

6. That patient suffering from constipation is prescribed_________.

7. You must apply__________ and_______ on your back.

8. Ancient Tibetans used different_________, such as minerals, parts of animals, herbs to treat their patients.

9. People with nervous disorders are sometimes prescribed_______.

5. Complete the sentences using words from the text.

1. Chemist's shop is an institution .

2. Chemist's shops are differentiated .

3. At the chemist's department one can buy....

4.... should be sold by a prescription only.

5. All containers should be labeled with the following particulars:....

6. Pharmacist should instruct the patient .

7. The signature consists of....

8. The realization of medicines is promoted .

6. Underline the correct preposition. Translate the sentences.

1. There are many possible forms: from/with the simple white tablet till/to the sophisticated micro-encapsulated slow released multicolored formulation.

2. The pharmacist is responsible for/on purity, stability and availability of/in the. drug.

3. In/for many tablets, the drug substance is only a fraction of/on the whole.

4. The coating in/of a tablet does not influence drug availability.

5. Caution is advised for/in attempts to utilize cheaper forms of proprietary drugs;

6. The forms of drugs have not been changed for/in many years.

7. Answer the questions.

1. What do we call a chemist's shop?

2. What kinds of chemist's shops do you know?

3. What can we buy at the chemist's?

4. Where are all the drugs kept at the chemist's?

5. What drugs can we take by prescription only?

6. What are the necessary particulars on the label?

7. What are the essential parts of the complete prescription?

8. What is the difference between superscription, subscription and inscription?

9. What is the body of prescription?

10. What parts does the inscription consist of?

11. Who assesses the safety factor of a drug?

12. What dose does the therapeutic index mean?

13. How is the realization of medicines promoted?

8. Correct the following statements.

1. Chemist's is a place where a wide variety of articles is sold and patients are given prescriptions.

2. An ordinary chemist's shop has a chemist's department, a prescription one and wards.

3. At the chemist's department, all the drugs are to be ordered.

4. Different potent and drastic drugs are available right away.

5. All medicines should be labeled with the following particulars: name of the patient and the name of medicine.

6. The inscription is not obligatory in prescription.

7. The best compound of medicines is with the lowest therapeutic index.

9. Replace the underlined words and word combinations with their synonyms from the list.

unwanted reaction, prescription, poisonous effect, potent, drugs, affect, pills, inscription

1. All the medicines must be taken according to the indication and prescription.

2. Non-acid-resisting tablets can be washed down with any juice.

3. Any overdosage may cause bad reaction.

4. The body of the prescription may consist of three parts: medication, adjuvant and vehicle.

5. Alcohol has a very negative influence on the action of medicines.

6. The use of drastic drugs must be strictly controlled.

7. Some drugs can be obtained only by means of doctor's authorized direction.

8. Alcohol increases the toxicity of barbiturates by more than 50 %.





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