Production

Flow Properties of Powders

Flow Properties of Powders The use of powders in the pharmaceutical industry has generated a variety of methods for characterizing powder flow. Not surprisingly, scores of references appear in the pharmaceutical literature, attempting to correlate the various measures of powder flow to manufacturing properties. The development of such a variety …

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF METERED – DOSE INHALERS (MDI)

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF METERED–DOSE INHALERS (MDI) General .– Manufacture of Metered-Dose-Inhalers shall be done under conditions which shall ensure minimum microbial and particulate contamination. Assurance of the quality of components and the bulk product is very important. Where medicaments are in suspended state, uniformity of suspension shall be established. …

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF TOPICAL PRODUCTS

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF TOPICAL PRODUCTS i.e. EXTERNAL PREPARATIONS (CREAMS, OINTMENTS, PASTES, EMULSIONS, LOTIONS, SOLUTIONS, DUSTING POWDERS, AND IDENTICAL PRODUCTS). The entrance to the area where topical products are manufactured shall be through a suitable airlock. Outside the airlock, insectocutors shall be installed. The air to this manufacturing area …

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF ORAL LIQUIDS (SYRUPS, ELIXIRS, EMULSIONS AND SUSPENSIONS)

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF ORAL LIQUIDS (SYRUPS, ELIXIRS, EMULSIONS AND SUSPENSIONS) Building And Equipment – The premises and equipment shall be designed, constructed, and maintained to suit the manufacturing of Oral Liquids. The layout and design of the manufacturing area shall strive to minimize the risk of cross-contamination and …

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF ORAL SOLID DOSAGE FORMS (TABLETS AND CAPSULES)

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SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF ORAL SOLID DOSAGE FORMS (TABLETS AND CAPSULES) The processing of dry materials and products creates problems of dust control and cross-contamination. Special attention is, therefore, needed in the design, maintenance, and use of premises and equipment in order to overcome these problems. Wherever required, enclosed …

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Documentation for Manufacture of Sterile products

Documentation for Manufacture of Sterile products The manufacturing records relating to manufacture of sterile products shall indicate the following details: – (1) Serial number of the Batch Manufacturing Record. (2) Name of the product. (3) Reference to Master Formula Record. (4) Batch / Lot number. (5) Batch / Lot size. …

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In-process Checks during Tertiary Packaging Operations

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In-process Checks during Tertiary Packaging Operations of cartons/ shrink-wrapped units in one corrugated box / LDPE bag: Count the no. of cartons / shrink wrapped units in one corrugated box / LDPE bag and verify with the Batch Packing Record. Stencil on corrugated boxes: Check the stencil details on the …

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In-process Checks during Secondary Packaging Operations

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In-process Checks during Secondary Packaging Operations Performed in In-process quality checks as pre-defined frequency in BPR and to be sorted out the strips/blister with below-mentioned tablet defects before packed in carton or during Packing Broken Tablets Laminated Tablets Chipped Tablets Discoloured Tablets With Black particles Tablets With foreign particle Tablets …

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In-process Checks during Primary Packaging Operations

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In-process Checks during Primary Packaging Operations  (Blister / Strip Packing) Record the temperature and relative humidity of the Packaging area. Tablets and Capsules: Following defect /Issue to be sorted out before strip/blister sealing Broken Tablets Laminated Tablets Chipped Tablets Discoloured Tablets With Black particles Tablets With foreign particle Tablets Distorted …

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Code of Federal Regulations (21CFR 211)

Organization and Personnel Responsibilities of quality control unit. (a) There shall be a quality control unit that shall have the responsibility and authority to approve or reject all components, drug product containers, closures, in-process materials, packaging material, labeling, and drug products, and the authority to review production records to assure …

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