AHFS Drug Information 2020

Con amplia información actualizada sobre todo, desde el tratamiento de la hipertensión hasta los medicamentos de interacción individual. Con contenido expandido y revisado respaldado por más de 92,000 referencias.

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American Herbal Pharmacopoeia. Botanical Pharmacognosy

American Herbal Pharmacopoeia Botanical Pharmacognosy, CRC Press, Roy Upton, Alison Graff, Georgina Jolliffe, USA, F

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Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons Volume 1 & 2

Completely updated and enlarged to three volumes, the second edition of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Parenteral Medications examines every important aspect of sterile drug products. Vol 1 & 2. Offers comprehensive coverage of formulation and product development.

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Food Chemichals Codex 11th edition

The Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) is a collection of internationally recognized standards for the purity and identity of food ingredients. It features roughly 1,200 monographs, including food-grade chemicals, processing aids, foods (such as vegetable oils, fructose, whey, and amino acids), flavoring agents, vitamins, and functional food ingredients (such as lycopene, olestra, and short chain fructooligosaccharides). The FCC also contains ingredients, such as sucrose and essential oils, that are not frequently found in other food additive standards resources.[1][2]

The FCC has been published since 1966. It provides essential criteria and analytical methods to authenticate and determine the quality of food ingredients. FCC standards are used as agreed standards between suppliers and manufacturers in ongoing purchasing and supply decisions and transactions. The United States Pharmacopoeial Convention acquired the FCC in 2006. The FCC is published every two years in print and online formats and is offered as a subscription that includes a main edition and intervening Supplements.[1][3][4]

The FCC has two primary sections: monographs and appendices. Monographs are listed alphabetically and typically cover a single ingredient. Monographs, where applicable, provide information about each ingredient, such as:[1][3]

There are also several “family” monographs, which cover substance groups. These include “Enzyme Preparations,” “Food Starch,” and “Spice Oleoresins.” Additionally, specifications are included, consisting of a series of tests, procedures for the tests, and acceptance criteria. Monographs may also detail USP Reference Standards and/or other materials needed for test performance. The FCC’s appendices contain step-by-step guidance for general physical and chemical tests, and apparatus use, as well as generally useful information, such as food ingredient Good Manufacturing Pra

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Generic Drug Product Development

Solid Oral Dosage Forms
Second Edition
Drugs and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Volume 212

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