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When you are sick and you reach for that box of tablets, how do you know that what you are about to take is safe? All pharmaceuticals are manufactured to rigorous regulatory standards to ensure that the products reaching patients are safe, effective and of a high quality.
What is Good Manufacturing Practice?
Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is just one of theregulatory requirements that ensure quality standards are maintained and are used to control the suitability of raw materials, manufacturing premises, equipment, product sampling, specifications, stability testing , determination of product shelf life, testing and the release of products to the marketplace.
The key objective for any pharmaceutical company is to develop a high-quality therapeutic product that fulfils the following criteria:
Who develops pharmaceutical products?
Developing a suitable product involves a number of different stages within a pharmaceutical company: formulation, process development, analytical development, regulatory, quality control and clinical .