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Certificates of Analysis (CoA)


World’s future of business is in outsourcing and globalisation EU GMP Guide Part I (Chapter 4 and Chapter 6) - these chapters contains detailed information about safety and quality, Laboratory documentation should follow the principles given in Chapter 4.EU GMP Guide Part II - Section 11.4 –§Authentic Certificates of Analysis should be issued for each batch of intermediate or API on request. §Information on the name of the intermediate or API including where appropriate its grade, the batch number, and the date of release should be provided on the Certificate of Analysis. For intermediates or APIs with an expiry date, the expiry date should be provided on the label and Certificate of Analysis. For intermediates or APIs with a retest date, the retest date should be indicated on the label and/or Certificate of Analysis. §The Certificate should list each test performed in accordance with compendial or customer requirements, including the accep…

Regulatory compliance

In general, compliance means conforming to a rule, such as a specification, policy, standard or law. Regulatory compliance describes the goal that organizations aspire to achieve in their efforts to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations. Due to the increasing number of regulations and need for operational transparency, organizations are increasingly adopting the use of consolidated and harmonized sets of compliance controls. This approach is used to ensure that all necessary governance requirements can be met without the unnecessary duplication of effort and activity from resources. Regulations and accrediting organizations vary among fields, with examples such as PCI-DSS and GLBA in the financial industry, FISMA for U.S. federal agencies, HACCP for the food and beverage industry, and the Joint Commission and HIPAA in healthcare. In some cases other compliance frameworks (such as COBIT) or even standards (NIST) inform on …

Registration Process In Different Countries

What Is The Registration Process For Exporting A Drug In Different Countries?Exporting drugs to different countries depends on the regulatory system of the both the courtiers. Import and export of drugs from a pharmaceutical industry are allowed after gaining all the approvals.Earlier in India, the export of drug was not a cumbersome process but, now the Indian regulatory system is too fragile. It takes about a year or so for a drug to be approved for marketing. The ever-changing laws, regulations, and demand have completely tossed the approval process. The Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation of India controls the import and export of pharmaceutical products.Drug Registration ProcessDrug registration is a system meant for all the pharmaceutical products. It is required for pre-marketing evaluation, marketing authorization, and post-marketing review so as to ensure that all the products fall in the standards of quality, safety, and efficiency. In short, drug registration is the…

Regulatory latest

Recently, the FDA declared that it was no longer accepting applications for generic formulations of . The reason? Because Purdue Pharma, OxyContin’s manufacturer, had developed–and received approval for–an “abuse-resistant” formulation of the drug. Whether this is an example of regulatory gamesmanship or the fruits of incentivizing public safety is up for debate. With that in mind, the CLB blog is proud to host a short debate between CLB Fellow, Jake Sherkow, and Duquesne School of Law Professor, Jacob Rooksby.
The FDA’s determination is sensible. It recognizes the original OxyContin®’s abuse limitations and the attendant public safety risks of allowing generic versions of the original drug to enter the market. OxyContin® (oxycodone hydrochloride) quickly became the market leader in the burgeoning field of chronic pain management when the FDA approved it for sale in late 1995. Touted for its patented sustained-release properties, OxyContin® allowed patients to obtain 12-hour pain re…