CRC Handbook of Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Excipients

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CRC Press, Mar 10, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 448 pages
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CRC Handbook of Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Excipients provides a comprehensive summary of toxicological issues regarding inactive ingredients in pharmaceutical products, cosmetic products, and food additives. Background information on regulations and labeling requirements for each type of product is provided, and 77 articles critically review human and animal data pertinent to a variety of agents and makes judgments regarding the clinical relevance. The book also identifies at-risk populations, such as neonates, patients with renal failure, and atopic patients. Inactive common pharmaceutical agents and/or foods containing certain ingredients are listed to help physicians counsel hypersensitive patients who must avoid products containing these excipients.
  

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Susan C Smolinske, Handbook of Food, Drug and Cosmetic Excipients, CRC Press, 1992. p.296.

Contents

Introduction
1
Aluminum
17
Benzalkonium Chloride
31
Benzyl Alcohol
47
Butylated HydroxyanisoleButylated Hydroxytoluene
61
Cetyl Alcohol
75
Chlorofluorocarbons
91
Com Starch
105
Kathon CG
213
Mineral Oil
231
Oleic Acid
247
Peru Balsam
261
Phenylmercuric Salts
275
Polysorbates
295
Propyl Gallate
325
Sesame Oil
343

Diazolidinyl Urea
123
FDC Blue No 1
141
FDC Red No 3
157
FDC Yellow No 6
179
Geraniol
193
Glycerin
199
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
359
Soya Lecithin
381
Talc
407
Tragacanth
423
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