Given the wide public exposure and access to over-the-counter medicines, a major focus for USP is a sustainable strategy which helps ensure that quality standards for OTC products remain current at all times.
Particulate matter in injectable drug products have been the reason for many recent drug recalls. In this blog post, Desmond Hunt, Ph.D., discusses sources of particulate matter and how to control them in the manufacturing process.
Today, peptides represent one of the fastest growing segments in the pharmaceutical market. Hence, being able to manufacture peptides that are consistent in makeup and quality is an important priority for manufacturers of this drug class. This article discusses how the global pharmaceutical landscape continues to transform and how quality standards will play a growing role in the manufacture of these drugs.
Each year, over a million Americans experience a health problem because they find their prescription labels difficult to read or understand. This article explores some of the common mistakes patients make when taking their medicines, and offers patient centered guidelines to help standardize and simplify prescription label information.
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.