Quality Rules in Sterile Products

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Interpharm/CRC, 2002 - Medical - 64 pages
Provides an overview of Good Manufacturing Practice and the manufacture of sterile products Describes the types and sources of contamination Addresses the control of contamination by cleaning and disinfection Discusses the various methods for sterilizing drug products This newly-revised and specifically American edition of the best-selling original is the perfect introduction Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) as it relates to manufacturing sterile products. Quality Rules in Sterile Products Manufacture is the ideal training resource for workers recently hired into the pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, and bulk pharmaceutical industries. The central tool for many corporations' introductory training, retraining, and reinforcement programs, it covers all the sterile products GMP concepts required by the US FDA, the British MCA, and the European GMPs. In a simple, no-nonsense manner, the author explains the rationale of GMP and the key role played by workers in the production and packaging of pure, safe, and quality sterile products.

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John Sharp is the author of "Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Step by Step" and "Microsoft Visual C# 2008 Step by Step". John is a principal technologist for Content Master Ltd., where he works on technology and training projects for a variety of international customers.

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