DDS LABORATORY EXP #1: ROSE WATER Official USP Rose Syrup, Rosa damascena, Rosa centifolia, Rosa gallica

Face toner, air freshener, perfumes and scent oils Clear, colorless/yellowish solution with aroma of rose oil Red Amber INGREDIENTS: Rose oil 2mL Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #2: CINNAMON WATER Official USP Cinnamomum cassia, Family: Lauraceae Food flavouring and carminative Clear and colorless solution with aroma of cinnamon oil White Amber INGREDIENTS: Cinnamon oil 20mL Ethanol 600mL Talc 250g Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #3: CONCENTRATED CAMPHOR WATER Official USP Camphor laurel, Cinnamomum camphora Linne For cold, cough, fever, rheumatism, and arthritis Clear and colorless solution with characteristic odor of camphor Red Amber INGREDIENTS: Camphor 40g Ethanol 600mL Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #4: BORIC ACID SOLUTION Official USP Hydrogen Borate, Boracic acid, Acidum boricum Antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant, and as neutron absorber, ophthalmic solution Clear and colorless solution with characteristic odor of boric acid White Amber INGREDIENTS: Boric acid 50g Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #5: CALCIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION Official USP Hydrated lime, Slaked lime, Liquor calcis, Liquor calcidi hydroxidi Food ingredient, topical astringent and lotions Clear and colorless solution with characteristic odor of calcium hydroxide White Amber INGREDIENTS: Calcium Hydroxide 3g Distilled Water 1000mL

EXP #6: ALUMINUM ACETATE SOLUTION Official USP Burow s solution, Liquor burowi, Liquor alumini acetalis Mouthwash/gargles ingredients, antibacterial Clear and colorless solution with slightly acetous odor Red Amber INGREDIENTS: Aluminum subacetate solution 545mL Glacial Acetic acid 15mL Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #7: IODINE SOLUTION Official USP Tincture of iodine antiseptic Color dark brown solution of iodine Red Amber INGREDIENTS: Iodine 20g Sodium Iodide 24g Diluted Alcohol 1000mL EXP #8: STRONG IODINE SOLUTION Official USP Aqueos Iodine Solution, Potassium Iodide Saturated Solution Antiseptic and disinfectants Color same as Iodine solution Red Amber INGREDIENTS: Iodine 50g Potassium Iodide 100g Distilled Water 1000mL EXP #9: SYRUP Official USP Simple Sugar Syrup, Liquid Sugar Simple Syrup Used as natural sweeteners A thick, viscous liquid consisting primarily of a solution of sugar in water White Amber INGREDIENTS: Sucrose 850g Distilled Water 1000mL

Saves family s money 4.ETHICS a study of morality effects on conduct. necessary for the continuance of life ACTIVE EUTHANASIA . BIOLOGY is a study of life. a code is adapted by a community because its members accept the adherence to their rules including their restrictions that it may apply. school. suffering or a life considered less than worth living. If the person has a chronic disease then it will eliminate the need to spend money on expensive surgery. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS concerns one s conduct of behavior and practice when carrying out professional work. medicine and life-support 5. ABORTION UNDER THE LAW . Any code maybe considered being a formalization of experience into a set of rules.If the decision is required in an emergency life and death matter.Entails the withholding of common treatments. a deliberate intervention undertaken with the express intention of ending a life. researching. hospitals. Abortion by Suction carried out by aspirating the substance adherent to the wall and contained within the uterine cavity by means of potent vacuum suction machine. ethical and social behavior. TYPES: 1. Threatened Abortion b. People who attempt or complete suicide usually suffer from extreme emotional pain and distress and feels unable to cope with their problems.When mother is authorized to safeguard her physical and mental health . Painless death 2. Involuntary against the will of the patient PROCEDURAL DECISION PASSIVE EUTHANASIA . ADVANTAGES: 1. a. Complete Abortion d. a branch of natural sciences which studies living organisms and how they interact with each other and their environment. such work may include consulting. Non-voluntary without the consent of the patient 3. SPONTANEOUS occurs naturally with no artificial means and fetus is usually lost in 1st trimester. INDUCED artificial or mechanical interruption Techniques: a. The institutionalization of code of conducts and codes of practice is common with many professional bodies for their member to observe. Habitual Abortion 2. teaching and writing. Organs can be put to good use 6. EUTHANASIA refers to the practice of ending a life in a manner which relieves pain.When down s syndrome or other chromosomal abnormalities are diagnosed through amniocentesis . HEALTH ETHICS deals with the study of concepts and principles of health ethics and their implications to individuals. to relieve intractable suffering KINDS OF EUTHANASIA: 1. ABORTION expulsion of a living fetus from the mother s womb before it is viable. as in the field of genetic engineering and drug research.Entails the use of lethal substances or forces to kill and is the most controversial means. Imminent Abortion c.Active or Passive 2. b. They are likely to suffer from mental illness particularly. Missed Abortion f. goodness and badness.It presents issues in the health care system that will require a practitioner a commitment to excellence in clinical practice and commitment to a set of appropriate moral. communities and society. Voluntary with consent of the patient . It is also branch of philosophy concerned with judgement about right and wrong. Dilation and Curettage (D and C) abortive technique utilizing a curved blade introduced through the vagina in the cervix until it reaches the endometrial wall. Relieves the patient from pain and suffering ETHICAL CONSIDERATION . those in closest proximity to client will decide.When pregnancy is the consequence of rape or incest occurs in minors . such as antibiotics. . SUICIDE intentional self-inflicted death. BIOETHICS study of ethical and moral implication of new biological discovery and biomedical advances. . severe depression. Incomplete Abortion e. A uniquely human act. Speedy termination of physical and emotional suffering 3.When parents are mentally deficient and considered incapable of adequately rearing a child. Suicide occurs in all cultures.

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