Shelf-life testing of a drug product is a means of assessing the functionality, effectiveness, and stability of a pharmaceutical product over a period of time to either establish a new expiry date for a new product, or to collect data in ongoing support of an already-existing expiry date for a commercial/marketed product.
Topics: Quality Control Testing
A great pharmaceutical product starts out as a great idea that will ultimately provide a safe solution to a common problem, where it is beneficial, convenient, and worthwhile for your customer to purchase. Whether it be in a tablet, capsule, semisolid, or non-sterile liquid form, your product must prioritize the needs and demands of your therapeutic area and demographic to achieve a sense of improvement and resolution to your customer’s day-to-day life. Your product must be proven to work, in demand, and most importantly, exhibit the uppermost quality and safety.
Topics: Quality & Regulatory