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8th International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and IPR

Philadelphia, USA

Rashid Mahmood

Rashid Mahmood

SURGE Laboratories Private Limited, Pakistan

Title: Good manufacturing practices for sterile pharmaceutical products

Biography

Biography: Rashid Mahmood

Abstract

From last two decades, the FDA and other regulatory bodies has undertaken many steps to improve the quality and safety of sterile drug products. Sterile pharmaceutical products are very critical and sensitive products. These products should be free from living micro-organisms, pyrogens and unacceptable particulate matter. Parenteral products are radically different from other dosage form in terms of standards of purity and safety. The manufacture of sterile products is subject to special requirements in order to minimize risks of microbiological contamination and of particulate and pyrogen contamination. Much depends on the skill, training and attitudes of the personnel involved. Quality assurance is particularly important, and
this type of manufacture must strictly follow carefully established and validated methods of preparation and procedure. Good manufacturing practices (GMP) is a part of quality assurance which ensures that products are consistently produced and controlled to the quality standards appropriate to their intended use and as required by the marketing authorization. Effective and innovative control strategies must be designed and in place to reduce the risk of process failure. The most effective way to assure sterile drug product quality is through sound process design which identifies process variables, evaluates their relative risk, and reduces or controls their effect on product quality.