The pharma industry’s adaptation to Industry 4.0 has been slow, due to the extensive regulatory requirements imposed on manufacturers. However, regulatory agencies are starting to embrace movement towards more rapid/automated systems, as illustrated in the revised EU GMP Annex 1, which entered into force in August. Here, Isabella Jul-Jørgensen from the Technical…
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Technical University of Denmark
In this in-depth focus, explore how automation is transforming environmental monitoring in line with Annex 1, implementation of contamination control strategies and discover the emerging trends and challenges in pharmaceutical microbiology.
Despite tremendous innovation in the realm of pharmaceutical therapeutics, the packaging of medicines has been staid. In this article, Giana Carli Lorenzini from the Technical University of Denmark investigates the potential of patient-centred pharmaceutical packaging.
Study finds several variables can significantly increase the sampling error in total organic carbon (TOC) swab testing used for pharmaceutical cleaning verification.
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