The needed monographs
include 1,605 for drug products, 343 for drug substance compounds and 65 for excipients.
Two of the listings gave the guaifenesin monograph
and the other two gave the dextromethorphan monograph
Statistical information on use of herbal medicine by patients with HIV is now included in the "General Considerations" chapter, and interaction monographs
have been updated with HIV drug interactions information.
With LYRASIS as lead organization, the planning partners were awarded a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to conduct a workshop titled "Developing a North-American Strategy to Preserve & Manage Print Collections of Monographs
The new FCC monograph
will set a worldwide industry benchmark for this ingredient.
Providing an overview of evidence-based guidelines, published research, and legislative efforts, the monograph
highlights strategies submitted by the 28 selected healthcare organizations.
The topic of the monograph
Intelligent Transport Systems [Intelektualiosios transporto sistemos] (in Lithuanian) discussed by Assoc.
is introduced with a summary table that lists a drug/class interaction type; describes its mechanism and significance in relation to the subject supplement; and provides advice for its management to decrease adverse affects.
The conference proceedings were published in 1978 (Rutherford & Preito, 1978), which also happened to be the very first monograph
published by the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.
Art as Existence: The Artist's Monograph
and Its Project.
This book is a monograph
of the 12th triennial International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure and Brain Monitoring (ICP XII) held in Hong Kong in August 2004.
Alan Derickson, one of this country's best historians of health care policy, asks the right question in this expert monograph
on the idea of access to universal health care in America during the twentieth century.