International Nonproprietary Names (INN) for Pharmaceutical Substances CD-ROM

Lists 1-117 of Proposed INN and Lists 1-78 of Recommended INN. Cumulative List No 17

December 2017
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  • Publisher
    World Health Organization
  • Published
    13th December 2017
  • ISBN 9789240560376
  • Language English
  • Size 5.75" x 5"

This CD-ROM lists all International Nonproprietary Names (INN) in Latin, English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian published up to November 2017, together with references to the lists of proposed and recommended INN in which they have been published. It also includes references to other generic names, such as national nonproprietary names and names used by the International Organization for Standardization, pharmacopoeial monographs, the List of Narcotic Drugs under International Control, and other sources. Indexes of molecular formulae and of Chemical Abstracts Services registry numbers are also included.

Ce CD-ROM regroupe toutes les Dénominations communes internationales (DCI) publiées jusqu'en novembre 2017 en latin, anglais, français, espagnol, arabe, chinois et russe, accompagnées de références aux listes de DCI proposées et recommandées dans lesquelles elles ont été publiées. Il contient aussi des références à d'autres noms génériques, comme les dénominations communes nationales et les dénominations de l'Organization international de Normalization, aux monographies des pharmacopées, à la liste des Stupéfiants placés sous Contrôle international et à d'autres sources. On y trouvera également un index des formules brutes et un index des numéros dans le registre du Chemical Abstracts Service.

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