Meeting Pharmacopeia Regulations & Controlling the Risk of Contamination in Pharmaceutical Waters, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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In this free webinar, attendees will gain an understanding of how global pharmacopeias are organized, and how their guidelines are harmonized around key topics on pharmaceutical water analytics. The featured speaker will discuss trends in the measurement of analytics in pharmaceutical waters, including the shift to online measurement for key parameters such as bioburden and total organic carbon (TOC).

Effective analytics can help pharmaceutical companies meet global pharmacopeia requirements and ensure the most effective process control to meet their compliance needs.

This webinar will cover key analytical requirements and regulations to ensure pharmacopeia compliance of pharmaceutical waters. The featured speaker will also discuss methods for implementing real-time measurement to improve process control to achieve compliance with those regulatory requirements.

The panelist will start with a background of the US Pharmacopeia (USP) and the updated process for USP, including supplements and major revisions. He will also talk about the global panel of experts that make up the USP. This will lead into a discussion on how the USP is harmonized with other global pharmacopeias, including European Pharmacopeia (EP), Japanese Pharmacopeia (JP), Chinese Pharmacopeia (ChP) and Indian Pharmacopeia (IP).

The speaker will then move into three specific analytics for pharmaceutical waters and the related measurement to help ensure pharmacopeia compliance of pharmaceutical waters. Those measurements are conductivity, microbial contamination and TOC. For measuring conductivity, the speakers will discuss the benefits of in-line measurement of conductivity, the importance of temperature compensation (USP1644) and non-temperature compensated (USP 645) measurement, and how participants can achieve both efficiently.

In TOC monitoring, the benefits of oxidation/conductivity methods to help ensure a compliant water system will be discussed. The speaker will then discuss the trend towards implementing online bioburden detection as a method of process control in parallel to plate counting. In shifting to online water bioburden analysis (OWBA), many pharmaceutical companies have questions about the regulatory perspective. The panelist will discuss the regulatory perspective on this topic, including providing an overview of how different workgroups in the industry are engaging on this topic. He will conclude with a summary of how effective analytics can help pharmaceutical companies meet global pharmacopeia requirements and ensure the most effective process control to meet their compliance needs.

Join Jim Cannon, Head of OEM and Markets, Mettler-Toledo Thornton, in a live webinar on Monday, December 14, 2020 at 10am EST (3pm GMT/UK).

For more information, or to register for this event, visit Meeting Pharmacopeia Regulations & Controlling the Risk of Contamination in Pharmaceutical Waters.

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