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Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) CGMPs provide systems that assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities.  Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) are the basic manufacturing and environmental conditions required to produce pharmaceutical products. They ensure that ingredients, products, and packaging materials are handled safely and that pharmaceutical products …

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Liquid pharmaceutical Preparations

Liquid pharmaceutical Preparations A solution is a homogenous one-phase system consisting of two or more components. →solvent + solute • The solvent is that phase in which the dispersion occurs and the solute is that component that is dispersed as small molecules or ions in the solvent. • Liquid preparations: …

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PARENTERAL PREPARATIONS Parenteral preparations are sterile preparations intended for administration by injection, infusion, or implantation into the human or animal body. Parenteral preparations may require the use of excipients, for example, to make the preparation isotonic with respect to blood, to adjust the pH, to increase solubility, to prevent deterioration …

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Most common types of pharmaceutical contamination

Most common types of pharmaceutical contamination Contamination can lead to objectionable results in the Pharma industry. It can conciliate the safety of patients, staff, and the environment – as well as affect the market. High standards of hygiene are important to maintain, only preventing the bio-burden levels by means of …

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HVAC SYSTEM AND TEST FOR HVAC QUALIFICATION What is HVAC? HVAC controls Temperature, Humidity, and Air quality inside a building. HVAC technology aims to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality. HVAC system design is a sub-discipline of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat …

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Change Management in Pharma

Change Management In Pharma Change Management in Pharma is a formal process for making planned and unplanned changes to the existing approved procedure and policy. The primary objective of Change Management in Pharma is to provide standardized methods and procedures to meet the change management requirements supporting operations. Change control …

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Hold Time Study Protocol

Hold Time Study Protocol 1. Objective \ Scope 1.1. Hold time study data shall give the assurance of the maximum allowable hold times for bulk and in-process drug products. Generally, one lot can be used for validating hold times if any inconsistency results were observed then another two lots can …

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CRITICAL AND MAJOR DEFICIENCIES Compliance and enforcement measures are dependent upon a number of factors, including the significance of violations such as a “Critical” deficiency and a large number of “Major” deficiencies, the history of the site, potential risks to products, and assessment of the manufacturer’s proposed corrective actions. Where …

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GMP Deficiencies in Pharmaceutical Industry “Critical and Major deficiencies”

GMP Deficiencies in Pharmaceutical Industry “Critical and Major deficiencies” The GMP Deficiencies findings of a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) inspection can have a substantial impact on both your organization and, subsequently, public health. If the GMP Deficiencies found are classified as significant, they may necessitate cessation of manufacturing activities and/or product withdrawal from the …

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Air Handling Unit (AHU) and Working Principle

Air Handling Unit (AHU) and Working Principle An Air Handling Unit (AHU) is used to re-condition and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning system. The basic function of the AHU is to take in outside air, re-condition it, and supply it as fresh air to a …

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