Veterinary Clinical Drug Information Monographs
Veterinary Clinical Drug Information Monographs are available through this web site. These monographs were initially developed under the auspices of the U.S. Pharmacopeia, through the use of expert panels. Original and revised monographs on the use of anthelmintics, antibiotics, anti–inflammatories, and compounded medications in animals are available free via the links below.
• How USP developed the original monographs
• What you'll find in the monographs
• The Veterinary Medicine Information Expert Committee and other contributors
• FARAD contribution to the monographs
• New or revised monographs available for public review
• Access the USP Veterinary Clinical Drug Information monographs
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Standards of identity, quality, purity, strength, packaging, and labeling for veterinary products are included in the USP–NF. Compliance with USP–NF standards ensures that drug product ingredients are not adulterated, are of appropriate strength, are properly packaged, and that the labeling includes active ingredients, expiration dates, and storage conditions.
The USP Pharmacists' Pharmacopeia provides comprehensive and critical information to enhance the knowledge of professionals who compound medications. The veterinary medicine section of this resource includes formulation quality monographs and clinical drug use information. Compiled under the guidance of leading experts, the Pharmacists' Pharmacopeia is a dedicated reference for pharmacy, veterinary, and other healthcare practitioners and students. The 2008–2009 edition of the USP Pharmacists' Pharmacopeia is available online and in print. Print subscribers may access supplements to the USP Pharmacists' Pharmacopeia in PDF format via a secure area of the USP Web site.
American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges
American Veterinary Medical Association
EPA Office of Pesticide Programs
Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank
USDA Center for Veterinary Biologics – Inspection and Compliance