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USP

 
United States Pharmacopeia, a legally recognized compendium of standards for drugs, published by the United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc., and revised periodically; it also includes assays and tests for determination of strength, quality, and purity.

USP

Abbreviation for United States Pharmacopeia. See: Pharmacopeia.

USP

United States Pharmacopeia.

USP

abbr.
United States Pharmacopoeia

USP

USP

United States Pharmacopeia Pharmacology A compendium of drug standards that includes assays and tests for determining drug strength, purity and quality; USP is recognized US federal law, published by the authorities of the US Pharmacopeia convention. See National Formulary.

USP

Abbreviation for United States Pharmacopeia.

USP,

USP

Abbreviation for United States Pharmacopeia.

USP,

n.pr See United States Pharmacopeia.

USP

United States Pharmacopeia.

USP unit
one used in the United States Pharmacopeia in expressing potency of drugs and other preparations.
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