Validation of Pharmaceutical Processes

Completely revised and updated to reflect the significant advances in pharmaceutical production and regulatory expectations.
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Validation of Pharmaceutical Processes, 3rd Edition

by James P. Agalloco (Editor), Frederick J. Carleton (Editor)
Hardcover: 760 pages
Publisher: CRC Press; 3rd edition (September 25, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9780849370557
ISBN-13: 978-0849370557
Completely revised and updated to reflect the significant advances in pharmaceutical production and regulatory expectations, this third edition of Validation of Pharmaceutical Processes examines and blueprints every step of the validation process needed to remain compliant and competitive. The many chapters added to the prior compilation examine validation and six sigma system design; the preparation of aseptic and non-aseptic pharmaceutical products; active pharmaceutical ingredient and biotechnology processes, computerized systems; qualification and cleaning of equipment; analytical methods, calibration and certification. As the industry's leading source for validation of sterile pharmaceutical processes for more than 10 years, this greatly expanded is a comprehensive analysis of all of the fundamental elements of this arena with practical solutions for every pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical production process.

Presenting theoretical knowledge and applied practical considerations, this title

  • provides an in-depth discussion of recent advances in sterilization
  • identifies obstacles that may be encountered at any stage of the validation program, and suggests the newest and most advanced solutions
  • explores distinctive and specific process steps, and identifies critical process control points to reach acceptable results
  • blends the use of theoretical knowledge with recent technological advancements to achieve applied practical solutions

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