The cleaning validation processes of companies manufacturing active ingredients continues to be at the forefront of concerns of federal regulators, especially to protect the health and well-being of consumers. Per cGMP and FDA guidelines, cleaning procedures must be repeatable, verifiable and recorded.
In recent times, numerous pharmaceutical companies have been publicly criticized for not properly cleaning their equipment that comes into contact with Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) and thus contaminating other products that are manufactured by that machinery. These contaminated products can then be consumed by patients, potentially causing life-threatening complications. More than ever, it’s become essential for these pharmaceutical manufacturing companies to ensure the cleanliness of every piece of apparatus used in manufacturing these products.
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