What is current version of EP?
The first edition of the European Pharmacopoeia was published in 1969, and consisted of 120 texts. The 10th edition, currently applicable, was published in July 2019.
Is EP and Ph Eur same?
The official abbreviation is Ph. Eur. and not EP (which is registered for the « European Parliament »).
What is EP standard?
European Pharmacopoeia (EP): The official standards for medicines in Europe, including bulk drug substances, chemical and biological analytical methods, and reagents. compendia of the United States of America for excipients, drug substances, and drug products.
What is the latest European Pharmacopoeia?
The 10th Edition of the European Pharmacopoeia, which is applicable in 38 European countries from 1 January 2020 and is used in over 100 countries worldwide, is now available!
Which is the latest British Pharmacopoeia?
The British Pharmacopoeia (BP) 2021 is the most comprehensive collection of authoritative official standards for UK pharmaceutical substances and medicinal products. It includes around 4,000 monographs including the BP (Veterinary) and all European Pharmacopoeia (Ph.
What is current USP?
The current version of USP–NF standards deemed official by USP are enforceable by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for medicines manufactured and marketed in the United States. The current version, USP–NF 2021, Issue 1, will become official on May 1, 2021.
What is an EP monograph?
The European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) is a single reference work for the quality control of medicines. The official standards it contains provide a scientific basis for quality control during the entire life cycle of a product.
What is the difference between USP and EP?
However, there is no single Pharmacopoeia which can be applied in all regions. The US FDA may enforce USP monographs which then become manadatory whereas compliance with EP is mandatory in 38 countries and the EU and is applied in over 100 countries worldwide.
Is European Pharmacopoeia free?
The European Pharmacopoeia and the British Pharmacopoeia have worked together to make supportive pharmacopoeial texts (monographs, general chapters, appendices and supplementary chapters) available for a limited period of time at no cost to users.
Is British Pharmacopoeia free?