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a detailed and documented treatise on a particular subject

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Part of the monograph acquisition campaign involves education of industry about the USP submission process and trumpeting the incentives for drug manufacturers to submit monographs.
A reviewer in 1900 might reasonably have presumed that there were few possibilities for new publications in the field of Italian Renaissance art; surveys on the major centers and monographs devoted to the "masters" were readily available.
I was presented the angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (ACEI) monograph while the index column still indicated carbamazepine.
Portnoy General Editor, Monograph Series Honors College Perimeter College Georgia State University 555 N.
In-line referencing added to Uses: Off-label field in core drug monographs
Together, the AHP Monograph and Therapeutic Compendium provides comprehensive and reliable information regarding the therapeutic potential and safety of cranberry and its quality control requirements.
We would like to emphasize the requirement for botanical articles to meet every test in the monograph to be deemed compliant with USP.
The editors explain that the herbal medicines included in the monographs "have been chosen on the basis of their popularity and/or because they have interaction reports associated with them" (p.
He congratulated the Sahitya Akademi and the organizers for bringing out such a useful Monograph.
Having participated in several Monograph Working Groups, we know that informal meta-analyses are performed by members of the working groups (at least by ourselves) because this is one of the standard ways to quantitatively summarize the evidence.
How many copies are needed to support collaborative print monograph preservation?
BENEO-Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the first monograph on the functional carbohydrate, isomaltulose (brand name PalatinoseTM), in the Seventh Edition of Food Chemicals Codex (FCC).
The latest monograph is "Colorants Used in the Cosmetics Industry.
to help healthcare organizations improve the rate of healthcare worker influenza vaccinations, The Joint commission has released a free monograph, "Providing a Safer Environment for Health Care Personnel and Patients Through Influenza Vaccination: Strategies from Research and Pratice.
GOED has begun to develop a voluntary monograph for krill oil to provide a framework for this emerging category to flourish responsibly.