Pharmacologic Substance
Definition of Pharmacologic Substance:
An active natural, synthetic or semi-synthetic ingredient including endogenous body substance that is intended to furnish pharmacological activity or other direct effect in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease or to affect the structure or any function of the human body, but does not include intermediates used in the synthesis of such ingredient (21 CFR 314.3(b)).
Pharmacologic Substance is part of the Drugs and Chemicals group
Pharmacologic Substance is also know as:
Agent
Drug
Pharmaceutical Agent
Pharmaceuticals
Pharmacologic Agent
Pharmacological Substance
Related Terms
Adjuvant
Agent Affecting Blood or Body Fluid
Agent Affecting Cardiovascular System
Agent Affecting Digestive System or Metabolism
Agent Affecting Integumentary System
Agent Affecting Musculoskeletal System
Agent Affecting Nervous System
Agent Affecting Respiratory System
Agent Affecting Organs of Special Senses
Anti-Infective Agent
Antineoplastic Agent
Biological Agent
Bioreductive Agent
Chemopreventive Agent
Combination Medication
Drug, Natural Product
Endothelin Receptor Antagonist
Enzyme Inhibitor
Hormone Antagonist
Multidrug Resistance Modulator
Photosensitizing Agent
Prostaglandin Analogue
Protective Agent
Protein Synthesis Inhibitor
Radiopharmaceutical Compound
Therapeutic Hormone