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Requirements and Implementation of Continuous Training in Pharmaceuticals

Training is crucial in almost every field. In pharmaceutical industry it is of great importance as a slight difference in the composition of a drug can cause huge effects on a person or even cause death. It takes years of hard work to develop a drug formula. Getting the drug approved by FDA and oth…

Criteria for Selection of Clean Room Garments in Pharmaceuticals

A clean room in the pharmaceutical industry is a specialized place that has very limited contaminants such as air particulates and chemicals so as to ensure the quality of the products produced is not only achieved but also maintained. In order to achieve such a sterile environment, the products, a…

Planning and Execution of Internal Audits in Pharmaceuticals

In any type of audit, the first and most important part is making a plan. In order to make the execution of audit of pharmaceutical effective and efficient, a good audit plan is compulsory. Internal Audits can be a valuable tool for any company for information collection and assessment of daily per…

Requirements and Maintenance of HVAC System in Manufacturing Facilities

Installation of a working and well-maintained heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC) is a fundamental requirement in any pharmaceutical facility that value quality, and conducive working environment. Many pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products fail due to the improper envir…

Difference between GC and HPLC Techniques

Gas Chromatography and the High Performance Liquid Chromatography are separation techniques used in obtaining specific eluents from an analyte basing on the compounds in the analyte distribution between the two phases (Mobile phase and Stationary phase). The mobile phase is the part in chromatograp…

C18 HPLC Columns and Their Properties

Standards and success of any pharmaceutical company is determined by how professional chemical analysis are being undertaken. Chromatography remains the most important technique for identifying and analyzing a wide variety of chemical samples within pharmaceutical industries. The technique does not…

Mechanism of Separation of Components by HPLC

HPLC stands for High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This is an analytical chemistry technique that is used to separate, quantify and identify every component that is in a mixture. The technique depends on pumps to push some constrain liquid solvent which contains a mixture of the sample through…

Difference between C8 and C18 Columns Used in HPLC System

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) refers to a technique in analytical chemistry that is used to identify, separate and quantify each component in a mixture. C8 and C18 both refer to the alkyl chain of a bonded face of a column. They are both used in the high performance liquid chromatog…

Differences between HPLC and UPLC

Liquid chromatography is a technique that is utilized to separate any sample into its individual components. In this case, the chromatographic procedure involves a liquid as the moving phase. HPLC and UPLC stand for High Performance Liquid Chromatography and Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography …

Karl Fischer Reagent and Its Reactions

You are given a sample with a trace amount of water and you need to determine the amount of water in the sample, what do you do? The method to use is the Karl Fischer (KF) moisture analysis. Karl Fischer method uses the Karl Fischer Reagents to determine the moisture content of a sample and it is a…

Electronic Batch Records in Pharmaceuticals

Traditionally, most pharmaceutical companies used hard copy records to keep production batch records commonly known as master production batch records. However, this documentation method has numerous shortcomings. In 1997, Electronic Batch records in Pharmaceuticals were accepted by FDA after EBR …

Validation of Clean Room Pass Boxes

A pass box which is also called a hatch is an equipment which is used to transfer pharmaceutical material from an area of lower cleanliness to an area of higher cleanliness and vise-versa. They, therefore, work as a barrier between areas with different levels of cleanliness.

Occupational Exposure Bands (OEBs) for Chemicals

Occupational exposure bands are measures put in place to categorize chemicals so that the health of the worker is not compromised. This is because Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients can have serious and adverse effects on the worker when they become lowly airborne. They are usually classified on th…

Reynolds Number and Its Significance in Purified Water System

Purified water is commonly used in the pharmaceutical industry, science laboratories, laser cutting and automotive use. Purified water finds a considerable amount of usage in the pharmaceutical industry in the form of a raw material, component and solvent in the production of a number of medicatio…

Types of Primary Packaging in Pharmaceuticals

Packaging is one of the most important parts of the pharmaceutical industry. The packaging ensures the protection of drug during the sale, storage, and use. Objectives of packaging are containment, physical and chemical protection, portion control, and security of the drug. Packaging in the pharma…

Site Acceptance Test (SAT)

Site Acceptance Test can determine whether or not systems are meeting the desired and required specifications. The main purpose of site acceptance testing is to give an overall evaluation of a systems compliance and to ensure this compliance meets the requirements of the business involved. Site ac…

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Ankur Choudhary is experienced in pharmaceutical, author and founder of Pharmaceutical Guidelines, a widely-read pharmaceutical blog since 2008.
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