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Industrial Pharmacy Issue 55

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Industrial Pharmacy Journal - Issue 55

ISSN 1741-4911

Published quarterly by Euromed Communicatons in association with the Industrial Pharmacy Section of the FIP. If you are a pharmaceutical scientist or executive working in or liaising with Industry, your job will be made easier, more productive and more enjoyable by reading Industrial Pharmacy.

The journal covers a variety of topics of interest to those working in the worldwide pharma industry. Industrial Pharmacy is published four times a year.

european Industrial Pharmacy is an electronic edition of Industrial Pharmacy published for the European Industrial Pharmacy Group (EIPG) and distributed to its members throughout Europe by e-mail. It contains selected articles from Industrial Pharmacy, plus articles of special interest to European readers, news from the EIPG, etc.

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Features

4 WHAT A QUALIFIED PERSON MUST KNOW ABOUT THE RECENT CLEANING VALIDATION UPDATES

The QP must make sure that the pharmaceutical quality system in place is capable of alerting the company to any changes in the regulatory requirements for the manufacturing or cleaning processes that may impact product quality..

by Walid El Azab

8 SEIZING THE BIOSIMILAR OPPORTUNITY

Biosimilar medicines are increasing access for patients and will drive significant savings for the NHS. Warwick Smith, Director General of the British Biosimilars Associations, assesses the opportunities to maximise their impact.

by Warwick Smith

10 PHARMACOPOEIAL COMPACTION!

New USP guidance provides a useful insight into the interpretation of compaction data and understanding tablet compaction. Correctly used, the guidance will help you make better tablets.

by Michael Gamlen

14 START-UP OF CLEANROOMS, INITIALLY AND AFTER A WORST CASE EVENT

Understanding areas where issues may arise and having a plan in place for prevention and corrective action demonstrates to regulatory agencies how well systems and management react under stress. This article shares best practices for prevention and correction of cleanroom events.

by Jim Polarine and Beth Kroeger

  

Regulars

3 EDITORIAL COMMENT

20 REGULATORY REVIEW

23 PHARMA IN PLENARY

26 BOTTLED BROWN

28 EVENTS

 

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