How to Improve Quality Assurance of Liquid Drugs within Product Inspection in 6 Key Steps
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While solid dosage forms have historically been the most popular format in the pharmaceutical industry, liquid drugs enjoy vigorous growth, taking up an increasingly large share. The high growth is mainly due to the increasing importance of biologics and cancer drugs, typically packaged in vials or ampules.
Complex compounds of drugs, new delivery, and packaging formats, and adopted security and safety measures support the liquid dose drug manufacturing growth trend. Patient safety will always be the number one priority in the production of pharmaceuticals, regardless of the dosage form. An undetected wrong dosage or product contamination can have severe, sometimes fatal consequences for the patient causing the manufacturer immeasurable brand damage.
A production fault or error in packaging resulting in a product recall has a significant financial impact on the manufacturer, depending on the product type and the number of batches affected. Customer complaints about poor-quality products are equally damaging, especially when they go viral on social media, damaging the brand’s reputation.
This can dramatically impact sales, as consumers and physicians seek companies with a better track record. Rising demand for high production output combined with pressure to speed up the time to market is a challenge for the industry. Manufacturers must meet these goals without compromising quality and satisfy regulatory compliance requirements.
As a result, there is a need for effective product inspection solutions throughout the production and packaging process. Product inspection technologies provide quality assurance for pharmaceutical manufacturers, aid traceability through the supply chain, and help combat counterfeiting activities.
In this webinar, Robert S. Conrad and a team of Product Inspection experts will explain how product inspection technologies support pharmaceutical manufacturers in maintaining product quality, aid supply chain traceability, and help combat counterfeiting. They will take you on a virtual tour of a liquid pharmaceutical packaging factory and explain the critical challenges for fill level control, serialization of single items, completeness checks, and aggregation.
Who Should Attend:
Pharma Packaging Area: Quality Management, Project Management, Quality Assurance
- Skill Level: Novice, Intermediate
Fill level control:
- How do attain increased accuracy at higher speeds?
Mark & Verify and Serialization:
- How to mark & verify or serialize small bottles, vials, or ampules effectively?
- How do inspect orientated products for incorrect or missing information?
- How to verify that leaflets are inserted in every package?
- How to combine serialization with temper evident sealing?
- How to effectively aggregate to improve supply chain traceability?
Product inspection solutions help you achieve your goals efficiently and reliably remove contaminated or incomplete products from the production line. They can also facilitate traceability throughout the supply chain and support compliance with regulations.
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All participants will get a complimentary certificate of attendance courtesy of the webinar's partner- Mettler Toledo.
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