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APhA Publication Corrections

From time to time, corrections are made to APhA publications. We publish those errors here for your reference.

If you have purchased any of the APhA titles listed below, PDFs with the corrections are available for download.


The APhA Complete Review for the FPGEE

Download the correction document.

This title is in print.

 

The APhA Complete Review for Pharmacy, 11th edition

Download the correction sheet.

This title is in print.

 

Complete Math Review for the Pharmacy Technician, 4th edition

Download the correction sheet.

This title is in print.

 

* Compounding Guide for Ophthalmic Preparations *

Compounding Guide for Ophthalmic Preparations was placed out of print on March 11, 2014, due to the errors it contained. 

This publication is no longer available for purchase and should not be used if a copy is located. There are no plans for a new edition.

 

Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs: An Interactive Approach to Self-Care, 18th edition

Download the correction and revision sheet (PDF).

This title is in print.

 

JAPhA, Nov/Dec 2015, Volume 55, Issue 6

Download the file on acubitril/valsartan, ivabradine hydrochloride, alirocumab, and evolocumab (PDF).

Authors: Daniel A. Hussar and Marina Abdelsayed

 

Peripheral Brain for the Pharmacist, 2016-17

This title is out of print.
Download the correction sheet.

 

 

Trissel’s Stability of Compounded Formulations, 5th edition

Download correction sheet.

This title is in print.

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