One common question that we hear is, what is a Pharmacopeial Monograph? It's a great question. Monograph development is a complex activity requiring participation from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, and USP’s expert committees. In this article, learn the key steps in developing a monograph and where all these disciplines fit in the process.
What are medicine impurities and from where do they come? Identifying and describing impurities is a critical safety issue concerning manufacturers, regulators, and patients. This post describes the types of impurities found in medicines and how they may impact drug quality.
In the hustle and bustle of summer activities, there are some simple things about daily life that can be easily overlooked. One of them is proper handling and storing of medicines when your family’s regular routine changes. This article offers four tips for protecting your medicines during the hectic summer months.
Without color additives, margarine wouldn’t be yellow and colas wouldn’t be brown. But like most Americans who consume processed foods, you may worry about the safety of these ingredients. This article sheds light on color additives, why they’re important, and how the FDA and quality standards in the Food Chemical Codex help to rule out harmful substances.