Quality control is the fundamental component of ensuring the efficacy, safety, and uniformity of medicinal products. It includes an extensive monitoring and testing procedure at different stages of production to ensure adherence to industry best practices and legal requirements. Our specialized training programs provide thorough guidance on the equipment and techniques—such as High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy, Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectrophotometry, and Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy—that are necessary for efficient quality control. By learning these analytical techniques in a hands-on manner, participants will gain an understanding of how to reliably test and classify pharmaceutical substances, identify contaminants, and evaluate the stability of the product. Through the acquisition of these fundamental skills, participants will become equipped to maintain the highest quality standards in the manufacturing of medicines, helping to ensure that patients get safe and effective pharmaceuticals, throughout the world.

Instrumentation

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Instrumentation

Instrumentation refers to the specialized tools and equipment utilized in various stages of drug development, production, quality control, and analysis ...