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  • Summary Of Ketorolac Tromethamine

    The invention relates to formulation of Ketorolac Tromethamine and Phenylephrine Hydrochloride immediate release tablet having less disintegration time. HPLC method was developed and validated for determination of content of Ketorolac Tromethamine and Phenylephrine Hydrochloride in immediate release tablet. UV spectrophotometric method was developed and validated to study drug release profile of Ketorolac Tromethamine and Phenylephrine Hydrochloride in immediate release tablet. Background:…

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  • Advantages Of Ointments

    Topical ointments Introduction: An ointment is semi solid topical preparation applied to external application with rubbing effect. It may be a vehicle or media for a drug or it may serve like a protective or emollient. Ointments show plastic flow characteristics. When the ointment is applied it is definite yield value and the resistant to flow drops as the applications to the skin is continued. Body: • Uses : There are two types of ointments: A- Medicated: used to treat different…

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  • Formulae Of Levodopa Floating Tablets

    CHAPTER-V FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF LEVODOPA FLOATING TABLETS FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF LEVODOPA FLOATING TABLETS Several approaches are currently used to retain the dosage form in the stomach. The principle of the floating tablets is simple and practically approach to achieve increased gastric residence time to obtain controlled release floating tablets designed based on the gas generating principle needs a strong floating matrix former. In this regard HPMC K4M,…

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  • Bureaucracy Analysis

    Public administration concerns implementation of principled direction in government action and public service, with the primary objective of developing appropriate policies and management approaches to influence positive functioning in a government. It involves administration of public programs and translation of political processes into positive welfare benefits for citizens, through studies of government decision-making, analysis of policy, and assessments of approaches that contribute towards…

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  • Public Administration Dichotomy Analysis

    American Constitution. While the politics/administration dichotomy was the instrument that scholars used to solve the complex issues created by the law of the land. Laurence J. O 'Toole, Jr. (1987) is his article, Doctrines and Developments: Separation of Powers, the Politics-Administration Dichotomy, and the Rise of the Administrative State, contends that the development of the American administrative state was an amalgamation of the politics/administration dichotomy and the constitutional…

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  • Public Administration Ethical Summary

    Public Administration Ethics for the 21st Century discusses a code of ethics for public administrators. Martinez argues that civil servants, public administrators, and non-profit administrators, as with other professionals, must have a standard code of ethics. However, there remains no such code. He contends the importance of a code by explaining that public administrators make decisions with ethical expectations. Martinez argues for five methods to administrative ethics. “Ethics as a…

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  • Gender Equality In The Workplace Essay

    Due to the gender discrimination history in the workplace in the United States, I was interested to educate myself more about what took place in the past and what women has gone through. In the book, “Gender Images in Public Administration: Legitimacy and the Administration State,” by Camilla Stivers, speaks…

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  • Brooklyn Park Case Study

    Public administration has the responsibility of disseminating information to the public which in itself is a good thing because it brings awareness to the public of what the expectations are for practitioners and citizens at large. Indeed, that is for the betterment…

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  • Limitations Of Max Weber's Bureaucratic Management Theory

    BUREAUCRATIC MANAGEMENT THOUGHT This theory was given by Max Weber. Bureaucracy (a term widely used in govt. organizations) is an administrative system which is designed to accomplish large scale administrative tasks by systematically coordinating the work of many individuals. Max Weber has indentified three types of powers in the organizations: traditional, charismatic and rational-legal. He named rational legal power as bureaucratic power and claimed it to be the ideal type of power in the…

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  • Hal G. Rainey, Barry Bozeman, And Udo Pesch

    on the comparison of organizations such as the public and private sectors is due to the research from professors at universities. Hal G. Rainey, Barry Bozeman, and Udo Pesch, all play a role in public administration. Hal Griffin Rainey was born on July 23, 1946 and he teaches public administration, organizations, and policy at the University of Georgia…

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