British Approved Names 2007
Incorporating International Nonproprietary Names
- British Pharmacopoeia Commission
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
British Approved Names are short, distinctive names selected in accordance with the Guiding Principles for substances the systematic chemical or other scientific names of which are too complex for convenient general use. British Approved Names are devised or selected by the British Pharmacopoeia Commission and published by the Health Ministers on the recommendation of the Commission of Human Medicines to provide a list of names of substances or articles referred to in section 100 of the Medicines Act 1968.
This new edition consolidates the drug names in 'British Approved Names 2002' with the 91 names published in its four Supplements. A further twelve recommended International Nonproprietary Names (rINNs) have been adopted as British Approved Names and included in this edition.
Phonetic pronunciation of British Approved Names
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