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Basic Tests for Drugs - Pharmaceutical Substances, Medicinal Plant Materials and Dosage Forms
(1998; 100 pages) [French] [Spanish] Ver el documento en el formato PDF
Resumen
This manual, which is complementary to WHO's Basic tests for pharmaceutical substances (1986) and Basic tests for pharmaceutical dosage forms (1991), describes simple and readily applicable tests for verifying the identity of a number of pharmaceutical substances and dosage forms, and medicinal plant materials in common use. These include:
  • Ipecacuanhae radix
  • Podophylli resina
  • Sennae folium
  • Sennae fructus
It also presents tests to indicate gross degradation of less stable substances. The methods described use a limited range of easily available reagents and equipment, and do not require a fully equipped laboratory. They need not be carried out by a qualified pharmacist, but should be performed by persons with some understanding of analytical chemistry.
Basic tests are not, in any circumstances, intended to replace the requirements of pharmacopoeial monographs, which give an assurance of quality, as opposed to merely confirming identity.
Índice de contenido
Ver el documentoPreface
Ver el documento1. Introduction
Ver el documento2. Other collections of simple tests
Ver el documento3. Test procedures for pharmaceutical substances
Ver el documento4. Test procedures for medicinal plant materials
Ver el documento5. Test procedures for pharmaceutical dosage forms
Ver el documento6. Reagents
Ver el documentoAcknowledgements
Ver el documentoOther WHO publications on pharmaceuticals
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Basic Tests for Drugs - Pharmaceutical Substances, Medicinal Plant Materials and Dosage Forms


World Health Organization
Geneva
1998

WHO Library Cataloguing in Publication Data

Basic tests for drugs: pharmaceutical substances, medicinal plant materials and dosage forms.

1. Pharmaceutical preparations - Chemistry
2. Plants, Medicinal - chemistry
3. Dosage forms - chemistry
4. Indicators and reagents
5. Chemistry, Analytical - handbooks
6. Quality control - methods
7. Manuals

ISBN 92 4 154513 5

(NLM Classification: QV 39)

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© World Health Organization 1998

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