official compendium

official compendium

Clinical pharmacology The US Pharmacopoeia, National Formulary or supplement thereto
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The HPUS is an official compendium referenced in the federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act.
It is in an attempt to alert us to this great danger therefore, and to follow ever so humbly in the footsteps of the master, that we offer the Official Compendium of British Horseracing Cliche (Book 1; Part 1: TV).
Ratzinger's letter accompanying the new document says that while the ban on use of "sister church" with respect to Catholicism as a whole is "authoritative and binding," the document will not be published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the official compendium of Vatican legislation.
AHFS Dosing Companion--The evidence-based dosing statements are based on the AHFS Drug Information database, the official compendium for information on medically accepted uses of drugs.
Each homeopathic ingredient is listed in the HPUS, the official compendium for Homeopathic Drugs in the U.
Pharmacopeial (USP) Convention today announced a revised Glycerin monograph in the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), an official compendium of the United States.
The FDA has long looked to USP as an official compendium of standards for drugs and dietary supplements.
In addition to their transportation applications, Bulldog's technology is currently being reviewed by the US Federal Government to secure high-level security doors in sensitive military installations and is included in the Official Compendium of Approved Security Devices published by Tom Ridge's Office of Homeland Security.
USP is named in the law administered by the FDA as the nation's official compendium for dietary supplement standards, although compliance with these standards is voluntary, and not enforced by the FDA.
As a result, it will be assigned a Laboratory Procedure MFLP number and placed in the Official Compendium of Analytical Methods, Volume 3, Laboratory Procedures for the Microbiological Analysis of Foods.
While at CTFA, he created and edited the Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary, which is recognized by the Food and Drug Administration and internationally as the official compendium for ingredient labeling.