British Pharmacopoeia 2007
Publisher: Stationary Office
Number Of Pages: 3500
Publication Date: 2006-08-30
Sales Rank: 644918
ISBN / ASIN: 0113227256
Manufacturer: Stationary Office
Studio: Stationary Office
Price: US$ 1595.00 or ?818.19
The British Pharmacopoeia (BP) 2007 is the authoritative, current collection of standards for UK medicinal substances and the official source of all UK quality standards. It is an essential reference for anyone involved in pharmaceutical Research & Development, manufacturing and testing, and plays a vital role in ensuring that all medicinal substances on the UK market meet standards of safety, quality and efficacy.
The BP is supplied in a variety of formats designed for ease of use and a wide range of applications. The hard copy edition package contains a boxed five volume set with a separate Veterinary volume, a CD-ROM and access to a comprehensible, regularly updated website. Both the CD-ROM and online formats are easy to network for access across your organisation.
There will not be an edition of the BP entitled 'British Pharmacopoeia 2006'. In order to improve the alignment of the published edition with the effective date of its contents, the forthcoming edition is entitled 'British Pharmacopoeia 2007'.
* Extensive Revisions including 30 new BP texts
* New Supplementary Chapters containing general guidance on Unlicensed Medicines and Method Validation
* First BP monograph for Traditional Chinese Medicines
* European Pharmacopoeia (Ph Eur) monographs up to and including Ph Eur 5th edition Supplement 5.5
* The CD-ROM and online version of the BP can be made available to multiple users through a network licence, which is more economical than purchasing multiple copies of the BP package
* Technical support for network licence holders is available from TSO, the publisher of the BP
* CD-ROM and website deliver the complete text of the British Pharmacopoeia, British Approved Names and European Pharmacopoeia standards directly to your PC
is regularly updated and includes information on monograph development and contact points