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pharmaceutical

 [fahr″mah-soo´tĭ-k'l]
1. pertaining to pharmacy or drugs.
2. a medicinal drug.

phar·ma·ceu·tic

, pharmaceutical (far'mă-sū'tik, sū'ti-kăl),
Relating to pharmacy or to pharmaceutics.
Synonym(s): pharmacal
[G. pharmakeutikos, relating to drugs]

pharmaceutical

/phar·ma·ceu·ti·cal/ (-soo´tĭ-k'l)
1. pertaining to pharmacy or drugs.
2. a medicinal drug.

pharmaceutical

(fär′mə-so͞o′tĭ-kəl) also

pharmaceutic

(-tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to pharmacy or pharmacists.
n.
A pharmaceutical product or preparation.

phar′ma·ceu′ti·cal·ly adv.

phar·ma·ceu·tic

, pharmaceutical (fahrmă-sūtik, -ăl)
Relating to pharmacy or to pharmaceutics.
[G. pharmakeutikos, relating to drugs]

pharmaceutical

1. Any DRUG intended for medicinal use.
2. Pertaining to medicinal drugs or to the preparation and use of drugs (pharmaceutics).

Pharmaceutical

Pertaining to drugs.

phar·ma·ceu·tic

, pharmaceutical (fahrmă-sūtik, -ăl)
Relating to pharmacy or pharmaceutics.
[G. pharmakeutikos, relating to drugs]

pharmaceutical

1. pertaining to pharmacy or drugs.
2. a medicinal drug.

pharmaceutical incompatibility
substances that react chemically with each other, e.g. acids and alkalis, and cannot both be included in the same formulation.
pharmaceutical industry
the manufacturers of pharmaceuticals. Also one of the biggest research contributors to human and veterinary medicine. This includes basic research into chemotherapy but includes also the otherwise neglected fields of formulations, packaging, dosing regimens and dispensing information. The industry also has access to the biggest database relating to chemicals and their uses.
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The chemicals of concern include salts, pesticide residues, nitrogen (mostly as nitrate in the drainage water), disinfection by-products, pharmaceutically active chemicals, other chemicals, and precursors of disinfection by-products, like humic substances and other dissolved organic matter, that form a new suite of disinfection by-products when the groundwater is pumped up again and chlorinated or otherwise disinfected for drinking.
The contract is the supply of equipment for vacuum drying of apis (apis) under gmp in nonsterile of pharmaceutically industrial chemical production.
The patent covers AC-201 or its pharmaceutically acceptable salts, active metabolite for treatment of type II diabetes, the methods of treatment using AC-201 for type II diabetes, and provides a protection period up to year 2030.
He covers the occurrence and fate of bulk organic matter and pharmaceutically active compounds in managed aquifer recharge, the fate of effluent organic matter during bank filtration, the fate of endocrine disrupting compounds, the role of biodegradation in removing pharmaceutically active compounds, organic micropollutant removal from wastewater effluent-impacted drinking water sources during bank filtration and artificial recharge, and a framework for assessing organic micropollutant removal during managed aquifer recharge.
collects methods for transforming protein fragments and stand-alone bioactive peptides into pharmaceutically acceptable compositions.
His 10th solo album, Go Out Tonight, featuring single Hippy Drippy Pharmaceutically Trippy, is out on April 14.
The methods of the invention comprise administering a compound of the invention, a pharmaceutically acceptable salt or a prodrug thereof, or a pharmaceutical composition of the invention, in an amount effective to treat the infection, to a mammal infected with a virus.
If chemists could make more-stable derivatives, Hashimoto says, "these pigments would be seeds of pharmaceutically important compounds.
Researchers at Dundee University are developing a test which distinguishes testosterone, which occurs naturally in the body, from anabolic steroids, the pharmaceutically manufactured strain of testosterone.
And fourth, as is always the case with pharmaceutically active dietary substances that are not regulated by the government, you have no guarantee of purity.
Bernardino Gonzalez is ``being treated pharmaceutically and with rest,'' and is not expected to require surgery, said Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles spokesman Ron Yukelson.
An elastomeric sealing barrier, comprising a resilient main body, said entire main body having a generally cylindrical shape, a pharmaceutically inert member which forms at least a portion of a surface of said barrier, a cavity formed in the main body for receiving and retaining the entire inert member within the main body, and interlock means for mechanically securing the inert member within the cavity.

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