Analytical Profiles of Drug Substances, Vol. 1 by FLOREY KLAUS

By FLOREY KLAUS

Profiles of Drug ingredients, Excipients and comparable technique vol 1. content material: entrance hide; Analytical Profiles of Drug ingredients, quantity 1; Copyright web page; Contents; AFFILIATIONS OF EDITORS, members, AND REVIEWERS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; bankruptcy 1. Acetohexamide; bankruptcy 2. Chlordiazepoxide; bankruptcy three. Chlordiazepoxide Hydrochloride; bankruptcy four. Cycloserine; bankruptcy five. Cyclothiazide; bankruptcy 6. Diazepam; bankruptcy 7. Erythromycin Estolate; bankruptcy eight. Halothane; bankruptcy nine. Levarterenol Bitartrate; bankruptcy 10. Meperidine Hydrochloride; bankruptcy eleven. Meprobamate; bankruptcy 12. Nortriptyline Hydrochloride; bankruptcy thirteen. Potassium Phenoxymethyl Penicillin. bankruptcy 14. Propoxyphene HydrochlorideChapter 15. Sodium Cephalothin; bankruptcy sixteen. Sodium Secobarbital; bankruptcy 17. Triamcinolone; bankruptcy 18. Triamcinolone Acetonide; bankruptcy 19. Triamcinolone Diacetate; bankruptcy 20. Vinblastine Sulfate; bankruptcy 21. Vincristine Sulfate. summary: Profiles of Drug ingredients, Excipients and similar technique vol 1

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Venturella, and Mr. T. Daniels in the preparation of this analytical profile. 50 CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE HYDROCHLORIDE 8. References 1. , Personal Communication. 2. , Personal Communication. 3. Johnson, J. , Personal Communication. 4. Nuhn, P. , Pharmazie, 5. Mahn, F. , Personal Communication. 6. Chlordiazepoxide Analytical Profile. 7. United S t a t e s Phamnacopia XVIII, p . 113 (1970). 8. , Personal Communication. 9. , Personal Communication. 10. MacMullan, E . A . , Personal Communication. 51 G, 523 (1967).

5). Minima were o b s e r v e d a t 218 and 295-6 nm5. The s p e c t r u m i s shown i n t h e p r o f i l e f o r c h l o r d i a z e p o x i d e 6 . 4 Mass Spectrum The mass spectrum of c h l o r d i a z e p o x i d e hydrochloride is i d e n t i c a l t o t h a t reported f o r chlordiazepoxide6. 5 activity . Optical Rotation C h l o r d i a z e p o x i d e h y d r o c h l o r i d e e x h i b i t s no o p t i c a l 43 L A. MacDONALD, A. F. MICHAELIS, AND B. 2. 6 M e l t i n g Range C h l o r d i a z e p o x i d e melts w i t h decomposition.

The model provides a basis for the elucidation and quantitation o f chlordiazepoxide and its pharmacologically active biotransformation products, the N-desmethyl metabolite and the lactam. The pathways in man17-19 have been shown to be similar to those in the dog to the extent to which they are described in the model. The main features of the physiological disposition of chlordiazepoxide HC1 in the dog were: (a) its biotransformation to N-desmethyl as the exclusive route of drug elimination; (b) the elimination of N-desmethyl almost entirely by biotransformation, with up to 50% going to the lactam and the remainder going to an unidentified biotransformation product; and (c) the elimination of lactam by urinary excretion and further biotransformation.

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