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Pharmaguidances   Pharma Post and Jabs     Pharma Vacancy Pharma Post and Jabs 2   Pharmaguideline   Pharmaguideline 2   Pharmaceutical GuidanaceMr. Shiv Kumar is the Author and founder of pharmaceutical guidance, he is a pharmaceutical Professional from India having more than 14 years of rich experience in pharmaceutical …

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Human interventions in aseptic processing

Human interventions in aseptic processing It is appropriate to focus on human interventions performed during aseptic processing because no other factor has the same potential for introducing contamination. Sterilization processes, environmental sanitization, room design, and heating and ventilation systems are all substantially less significant as sources of contamination. Personnel continuously shed microorganisms and particles to …

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Non-sterile process validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Non-sterile process validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937 1. Principle 2. Scope 3. General 4. Prospective validation 5. Concurrent validation 6. Retrospective validation 7. Revalidation 8. Change control Principle Process validation provides documented evidence that a process is capable of reliably and repeatedly rendering a product of the …

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Validation of computerized systems as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Validation of computerized systems 1. General 2. System specification 3. Functional specification 4. Security 5. Back-ups 6. Validation 7. Validation of hardware and software 7.1 Hardware 7.2 Software General Computer systems should be validated at the level appropriate for their use and application. This is of importance in production as well …

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Analytical method validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Analytical method validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937 Principle General Pharmacopoeial methods Non-pharmacopoeial methods Method validation Characteristics of analytical procedures Principle This appendix presents some information on the characteristics that should be considered during validation of analytical methods. Approaches other than those specified in this appendix may be followed …

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Cleaning validation protocols and reports as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Cleaning validation protocols Cleaning validation should be described in cleaning validation protocols,which should be formally approved, e.g. by the quality control or quality assurance unit. In preparing the cleaning validation protocol, the following should be considered: — disassembly of system — precleaning — cleaning agent, concentration, solution volume, water quality — time …

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ANDAs: Stability Testing of Drug Substances and Products – Questions and Answers

Stability Testing of Drug Substances and Products A. General QUESTIONS  1: What is the scope of and implementation date for the FDA stability guidance? ANSWERS 1: The FDA stability guidance covers all new ANDAs under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, section 505 (j), and DMFs (Type II for drug substances …

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Qualification as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Qualification as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937 Qualification should be completed before process validation is performed. The process of qualification should be a logical, systematic process and should start from the design phase of the premises, equipment, utilities and equipment. Depending on the function and operation of the equipment, utility or …

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Validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937

Validation as per WHO Technical Report Series, No. 937 Approaches to validation Two basic approaches to validation — First is based on evidence obtained through testing (prospective and concurrent validation), and  Second is based on the analysis of accumulated (historical) data (retrospective validation). Whenever possible, prospective validation is preferred. Retrospective validation is no …

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Investigating Out-of-Specification (OOS) in Pharmaceutical Production

Investigating Out-of-Specification This topic provides how to evaluate out-of specification (OOS) test results.  the term OOS results includes all test results that fall outside the specifications or acceptance criteria established in drug applications, drug master files (DMFs), official compendia, or by the manufacturer. The term also applies to all in-process …

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