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close this bookThe use of essential drugs: Eight report of the WHO Expert Committee (WHO, 1998, 84 p.)
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View the documentWHO Expert Committee on the Use of Essential Drugs - Geneva, 1-5 December 1997
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Guidelines for establishing a national programme for essential drugs
View the document3. Criteria for the selection of essential drugs
View the document4. Guidelines for the selection of pharmaceutical dosage forms
Open this folder and view contents5. Quality assurance
Open this folder and view contents6. Reserve anti-infective agents and monitoring of resistance
View the document7. Applications of the essential drugs concept
Open this folder and view contents8. Essential drugs and primary health care
View the document9. Drug donations
View the document10. Post-registration drug studies
Open this folder and view contents11. Research and development
View the document12. Nomenclature
View the document13. Drug information and educational activities
View the document14. Selection and updating of lists of essential drugs
View the document15. Model List of Essential Drugs (tenth list)
View the document16. Considerations and changes made in revising the model list
View the document17. Glossary of terms used in the report
View the documentAcknowledgement
View the documentReferences
View the documentAnnex 1. Application form for inclusion in the Model List of Essential Drugs1
View the documentSelected WHO publications of related interest
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