Pharmacopoeia

The monograph is a collection of standards and regulations, regulating the quality of medicines. The state Pharmacopoeia of the USSR is a national document, and has a legislative nature. Requirements Pharmacopoeia requirements for medicines that are mandatory for all enterprises and institutions of the Soviet Union, manufacturing, storing, controlling and use of medicinal substance.
The tenth edition of the State Pharmacopoeia of the USSR is GFH (1968) contains introductory part, two main parts and applications. In the introductory section provides a list of changes Latin and Russian names (compared to GFH), lists of poisonous (list a) and strong (list B) preparations. In the first part includes articles that define the quality requirements of a particular drug, and group articles about tablets, solutions for injections, extracts, herbs, tinctures, etc. the Second part GFH contains a description of physico-chemical, chemical, pharmacological and biological methods of research, as well as reagents, titrated solutions and indicators. In the Appendix there are tables of atomic weights, alcoholmethadose table, table drops, etc. and provides the highest single and daily doses of toxic and potent medicines for adults and children, and single, the most commonly used doses of drugs for animals.