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USAN

 
United States Adopted Name, a nonproprietary designation for any compound used as a drug, established by negotiation between its manufacturer and a council sponsored jointly by the American Medical Association, American Pharmaceutical Association, and United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc.

USAN

Abbreviation for United States Adopted Names.

USAN

United States Adopted Names Pharmacology A nonproprietary or generic drug name adopted by the USAN Council. See Generic drug.

USAN

Abbreviation for United States Adopted Names.

USAN

Abbreviation for United States Adopted Names.
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