Pharmaceutical Codex

Pharmaceutical Codex

A tome published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain as a supplement to the British Pharmacopoeia since 1979, which replaced the British Pharmaceutical Codex. While the Codex is extensive, it does not cover all of the medicinal agents that a pharmacist sees in daily practice. The 12th edition was produced in 1994.
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Must comply with the requirements of the pharmaceutical codex aminoacid 12 solution edition international standard approval or other equivalent to usp.
He compiled the Indian Pharmacopoeial List in 1946 and Indian Pharmaceutical Codex in 1953.
The following bases were investigated: Oleaginous ointment bases namely, white petrolatum only, and simple ointment containing cetostearyl alcohol (5% w/w), hard paraffin (5% w/w), wool fat (5% w/w), and white petrolatum (85% w/w) (The Pharmaceutical Codex, 1979); surfactant-stabilized cream bases namely, a glyceryl monostearin cream base containing glyceryl monostearate (5% w/w), sodium lauryl sulphate (3% w/w), cetostearyl alcohol (2% w/w), liquid paraffin B.

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