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Preventing Cross Contamination In Pharmaceutical Production Process

There are several ways to prevent cross contamination during production and below are some ways to do so. Before starting, line clearance should be performed as per the SOP of the company. Do a checklist and record. Check to see if any starting materials are missing, previous record documents, product residues and product itself. Practice a closed system when handling the materials.

Procedures To Follow During In Process, Off-line and On-line Packing

In this short article we state the guidelines to follow during the online and offline packing for pharmaceutical companies.

Hygrometer And Its Importance in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Hygrometers are important devices in the pharmaceutical world as it measures the relative humidity of the atmosphere, which can affect the products during the manufacturing process. The device includes two thermometer – the dry and the wet bulb. The dry bulb remains dry while a cotton wick that is dipped in water surrounds the wet bulb. In the measurement of humidity, the wet bulb plays an important role.

Maintaining Buffer Areas In Sterile Facilities

The buffer area is the space or area in the manufacturing facility where sterility of the area is strictly implemented. A compounding area in a pharmaceutical facility is known as the buffer area and is classified as ISO 7 area or class 10,000 with excellent air quality.

GMP Qualifications And Validations In The Pharmaceutical World

The principles of GMP are a follows, the structure, device and equipment should be designed, installed, placed, operated and maintained as per its intended use and purpose. Integral system whose consistency in performance and having an impact to product quality should be validated whenever appropriate such as the air handling system, water purification, compressed air system and stem system.

Risk Of Mix Up And Cross Contamination

Mixed – Up is defined as:

  • It is a combination of various compounds.
  • A mistake brought about mistaking one material for another.
  • Caused by bad judgement or lack of attention.

Importance Of Separating Manufacturing Process For Penicillin And Non-Penicillin

First discovered in 1928 by Alexander Fleming, penicillin is now one of the most common drug used to help cure patients from bacterial infections. The beta lactam ring of the penicillin is the one responsible for the drug’s anti-microbial activity, which many of the antibiotics medicine have.

Guide To Packing Process For Pharmaceutical Companies

The packing process is an integral part to the manufacturing process of pharmaceutical products. Below is a list of guidelines that one can follow for the packing process.

How To Operate And Clean Metal Detectors

An article with bullet points to help you learn how to operate metal detectors and properly clean them.

Process For Gowning – Entry And Exit Change Rooms

To prevent any contamination to the processing area or inside the building, it is important to learn the procedure for changing clothes during entry and exit through the company’s changing areas.

Color-coding can identify the personnel and their department. Color-coding for the first change room and primary change room is as indicated below: