Compounded drug products are being voluntarily recalled due a lack of sterility assurance.
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The UK MHRA has issued an alert for the recall of unexpired Zantac products made by GSK due to the possible contamination of ranitidine in the medicines.
The CQC decision marks the first time the agency has accepted a clinic to prescribe patients with medical cannabis in the UK.
4 October 2019 | By Mettler-Toledo GmbH
This webinar provides an overview of the important UV/Vis spectroscopy-relevant changes in both USP and Ph. Eur. taking a closer look at their impact and the solutions available to ensure compliance.
The FDA recommends drug manufacturers to use LC-HRMS to test for NDMA in ranitidine products, as high temperatures generate the impurity.
The FDA and DEA have, for the first time, sent joint warning letters to four networks which were illegally selling opioid products.
2 October 2019 | By SUEZ – Ozonia® Ozone Systems
The goal of this webinar is to familiarize companies with the applications and benefits of ozone technology in ultrapure water systems and Ozonia Membrel® electrolytic technology – SUEZ’s ozone product that produces ozone directly from water instead of gaseous air or oxygen.
In an effort to prevent harm through contamination, the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention has been working on a series of proposed changes to USP Chapter 797, Pharmaceutical Compounding– Sterile Preparations.
A survey of pharmacists has discovered that UK pharmacies experienced shortages across all 36 medicine categories in the last six months.
The European Medicines Agency has issued advice to pharmaceutical companies on how to avoid the presence of nitrosamines in medicines.
NICE has announced that it will not be recommending erenumab, an injectable migraine treatment, due to issues with cost and its long-term effectiveness.
The probable carcinogen N-nitrosodimethylamine was detected in Sandoz’s ranitidine capsules, prompting the voluntary move.