INDIAN PHARMACOPOEIA 2018
The eighth edition of Pharmacopoeia India (IP 2018) was published by the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC) on behalf of the Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Pharmacopoeia India (IP) is published in accordance with the requirements of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and its regulations. It prescribes these standards for medicines manufactured and/or supplied in India, thereby helping to control and ensure the quality of medicines. The standards of this pharmacopoeia are valid and have the force of law. It intends to assist in licensing the manufacture, testing and distribution of drugs. Intellectual property continues to seek the IPC mission to improve the health of people, quality assurance, integrity and effectiveness of medications. The committee receives a large share of organizations, industrial and academic institutions, national laboratories, individual scientists and others. Implementation of intellectual property in regular and short periods is one of the main committee missions.
Indian pharmacy includes methods for analyzing and specifications to determine the quality of pharmaceutical substances and dose formats. Includes an IP studio for an official or preparing item definition, definition, definition, special experiments, measurements, packaging, storage, labeling, unpleasant identification, one or more analytical methods for each test and acceptance and other requirements Is. The history of IP began in 1833 when an East India Company Pharmacy Committee recommended the publication of a Pharmacopoeia and in 1844 the Bengal Pharmacopoeia and General Conspectus of Medicinal Plants was published which mainly listed most commonly used indigenous remedies.
IP 1868 followed, covering both British Pharmacopoeia (BP) 1867 medicines and indigenous medicines used in India, with a supplement published in 1869 giving indigenous names of indigenous medicines and plants. From 1885, however, the BP became official in India. In 1927, a government commission of inquiry into drugs recommended the publication of a national pharmacopoeia.
After independence, the Indian Pharmacopoeia Committee for the publication of the IP was established in 1948 as its main task, publishing the first edition of the IP in 1955, followed by a supplement in 1960. This pharmacopoeia includes the Western and traditional drug systems commonly used in India, and this policy continued during the preparation of the second edition of the Indian Pharmacopoeia in 1966 and its annexation in 1975. Since independence, especially in the early 1970s.
This has completely changed the profile of the Indian pharmaceutical market and the Indian pharmaceutical industry has become one of the major global suppliers of pharmaceutical products to developed and developing countries. These advances pose a major challenge for IP to reflect the quality standards of supplied drugs that IP addresses in later versions and subsequent IP additions.
The 6th edition of IP 2010 Anti-retroviral drug, anti-tumour drug, anti-tuberculosis drug, phytotherapy drug. We also focused on biological monographs such as vaccines, human immunosera, blood products, biotechnology and veterinary products (biological and non-biological). The 2012 Addendum for IP 2010 has been published and contains 52 new monographs in response to IP 2010 changes.
Given this rapid progress, in 1978 the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission decided to rebuild new versions of the Pharmacopoeia and publish its appendices at regular and shorter intervals. India pharmacies, the inclusion of traditional Indian pharmaceutical systems in 1985 and other drugs.
Only in Chinese medicine, which had final quality control criteria, most of the last drugs were included in new drugs.
|Volume I: Indian Pharmacopoeia
|Notices; Preface; About Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission; Acknowledgements;Introduction; General Notices; General Chapters Reference Data and Index.
|Volume II: Indian Pharmacopoeia
|General Notices; Dosage Forms (General Monographs); Drug Substances, Dosage Forms and Pharmaceutical Aids (A to M).
|Volume III Indian Pharmacopoeia
|General Notices; Drug Substances, Dosage Forms and Pharmaceutical Aids (N to Z); Vaccines and Immunosera for Human Use; Herbs and Herbal Products; Blood and Blood-related Products; Biotechnology Derived Therapeutic Products, Allergen Products and Radiopharmaceutical Preparations.
|Volume IV: Indian Pharmacopoeia
|General Notices; Notices; Veterinary Products and Index.
In Indian pharmaceuticals, schematic standards have to determine compliance with regulatory requirements. The criteria must be taken into account: 1 This study must be interpreted in accordance with all general needs, test methods, texts and IP reports. (2) The product is not in standard quality, unless it is consistent with all the needs of the research.
IP 2018 contains 391 extensive schools than 82 IP-2015 investigations, 89 IP-2016 studied and recently added 220 applications Programming studies, interventions, dose forms and vegetable products, blood-related products and dynamic technology associated with products with blood and veterinary products, etc. This version is intended to play an important role in improving the quality of medicines that increase the overall health and accelerate the growth and development of the burial sectors.
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