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PDF | Drug must be manufactured to the highest quality levels. Pharmaceutical Process Validation is the most important and recognized parameters Nash R. A and Wachter A. H, Pharmaceutical Process Validation an International Third. pharmaceutical manufacturing process impact significantly on the quality of the products INTRODUCTION: Pharmaceutical process validation is a Nash, R. A., Wachter, A. H., Pharmaceutical Process Validation, Vol Pharmaceutical process validation. Edited by Bernard T. Loftus and Robert A. Nash. Marcel Dekker, Inc., Madison Ave., New York, NY pp.
Elements Of Validation:- Qualification is pre-requisite of validation. The qualification includes the following: 1.
The principles of design should be such as to achieve the objectives of GMP with regard to equipment. Mechanical drawings and design features provided by the manufacturer of the equipment should be examined.
Installation Qualification IQ :- Installation qualification should be carried out on new or modified facilities, systems and equipment. The following main points should be includes in the installation qualification.
Checking of installation of equipment, piping, services and instrumentation. Verification of materials of construction Sources of spares and maintenance 3.
Operational Qualification OQ :- Operational qualification should follow IQ, OQ should include the following: Tests developed from the knowledge of the processes systems and equipment Defining lower and upper operating limits,. PQ should include the following: Tests using production materials, substitutes or simulated product. These can be developed from the knowledge of the process and facilities, systems or equipment.
Tests to include conditions with upper and lower limits Process Validation: The U. Food and Drug Administration FDA has proposed guidelines with the following definition for process validation: Process validation is establishing documented evidence which provides a high degree of assurance that a specific process such as the manufacture of pharmaceutical dosage forms will consistently produce a product meeting its predetermined specifications and quality characteristics.
According to the FDA, assurance of product quality is derived from careful and systemic attention to a number of important factors, including: selection of quality components and materials, adequate product and process design, and statistical control of the process through in-process and end-product testing. Thus, it is through careful design qualification and validation of both the process and its control systems that a high degree of confidence can be established that all individual manufactured units of a given batch or succession of batches that meet specifications will be acceptable.
This guidance describes process validation activities in three stages. Stage 1 — Process Design: The commercial manufacturing process is defined during this stage based on knowledge gained through development and scale-up activities.
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