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The Extra Pharmacopeia, which is published under the supervision of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, is widely known. The supplement to volume I, twenty-second edition, contains a summary of changes made in the addenda to the British Pharmacopeia (1932), additions and deletions to the British Pharmaceutical Codex (1934), preparations of the National War Formulary (1943), articles added to and deleted from U. S. P. XII and N. F. VII, some orders in England affecting supplies of drugs, a list with brief description of some new proprietary names not included in volume I, and a few names approved by the General Medical Council for substances of British manufacture which have hitherto been known by other names.
Supplement to The Extra Pharmacopœia, Martindale, Twenty-Second Edition, Volume I. JAMA. 1944;125(11):818. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850290058031