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compendium

[kəmpen′dē·əm] pl. compendia
Etymology: L, compendere, to weigh
a collected body of information on the standards of strength, purity, and quality of drugs. The official compendia in the United States are the United States Pharmacopoeia, the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, and their supplements. See also formulary.
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The most recent Compendium update expands existing content to include human leukocyte antigen subtyping data.
The Arctic Institute of North America thanks Jolie Gareis, Vice President, Research of the Aurora Research Institute at Aurora College in Inuvik, for providing this update on the Compendium.
The NCCN Biomarkers Compendium contains pointers to the name of the guideline and page where the biomarker recommendation occurs: Disease, Specific Indication (patient subpopulation or disease subtype); Molecular Abnormality (eg, EGFR mutation; (9:11) translocation); Test, which is similar to Molecular Abnormality, but always uses the language of the guideline, eg, HER2 is used in the Test column, while the accepted Gene Symbol, ERBB2, is used in the Molecular Abnormality column; NCCN category of evidence; NCCN recommendation: Clinical Decision (verbatim from guideline where possible); and Notes, which contains other relevant information from the guideline regarding the testing recommendation that does not fit neatly into any other category.
Probably the most highly anticipated section of the new compendium is Chapter 1000, "Websites and Website Content.
The compendium also delves into probiotics for the first time, a topic that can be tough to cover, Tortorello said, because methods of creating and testing probiotics "tend to be proprietary.
Although there is a myriad of ways to level up the Compendium and some of them are free, players still prefer to spend extra bucks on batches of Compendium Points to expedite the process.
The number of interactions per compendium is in the range from 466 in the DailyMed to 487 in the BNF (Table 3).
By combining Compendium with Oracle Eloqua Marketing Cloud, part of Oracle's comprehensive Customer Experience solution, the group would enable customers to capture more prospects, improve the customer experience and drive significant revenue, Oracle Development's executive vice president Thomas Kurian said in a comment.
5) The following year, Congress passed the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), which specified that a drug is adulterated "if it purports to be or is represented as a drug the name of which is recognized in an official compendium [USP or NF], and its strength differs from, or its quality or purity falls below, the standards set forth in such compendium.
The Compendium supports an ongoing effort to provide consistent and industry supported scientific test methods used in developing consumer cleaning products.
The Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE) announced it is now distributing its 2011/2012 Compendium of Canadian Mining Suppliers.
Business blogging software provider Compendium announced on Tuesday that the latest update to its blog software, Version 3, is meeting its customers' demands for powerful social media integrations that reduce social media management time, while increasing the reach of relevant content through social media and search engine optimisation.