The Book Handbook Of Modern Pharmaceutical Analysis is written by Satinder Ahuja and Stephen Scypinski. Today, modern pharmaceutical analysis involves much more than the analysis of active pharmaceutical ingredients or formulated products. There are many reasons for this change, one of which is our ability to better understand the physicochemical properties of pharmaceutical compounds through the use of advanced instrumental methods. In addition, there is a need to ensure the quality of pharmaceutical products throughout their shelf life. This requires us to study drug substance interactions with excipients in the presence of residual solvents, as well as other potential degradation reactions that may occur in the formulated product over a period of time under various stress conditions (these include conditions where may be subject during storage or shipment in the final configuration of the package).
Analytical chemistry has played an important role in the changes facing the pharmaceutical industry today. Traditionally seen as a service organization, the analytical department has become an important partner in the drug development process. In fact, the demand for analytical data has become a critical pathway activity for the selection of candidate molecules for full development.
This book describes what constitutes modern pharmaceutical analysis and the demands placed on pharmaceutical analysts, and shows how these demands are met effectively. It is well known in the pharmaceutical industry that pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) analysts play a full role in new drug development and follow-up activities to ensure that a new drug product meets established standards, is stable, and continues to meet the claimed quality throughout its useful life. Once the drug product is approved by regulatory authorities, ensuring that all batches of the drug product are manufactured to specified standards, the use of approved ingredients and production methods becomes the responsibility of pharmaceutical analysts in quality control (QC) or quality assurance (QA). Department.
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Overview of Handbook Of Modern Pharmaceutical Analysis
This book describes the role that modern pharmaceutical analysis plays in the development of new drugs. Detailed information is provided on how the quality of pharmaceutical products is assured from the point of discovery until the patient uses the medicine. Coverage includes cutting-edge topics such as high-throughput screening and combinatorial chemistry assays, formulation development, stability studies, international documentation and regulatory issues, and future technologies likely to impact the field. Emphasis is placed on current, easy-to-follow methods that readers can apply in their laboratories.
|Book Name||Handbook Of Modern Pharmaceutical Analysis|
|Author of Book||Satinder Ahuja, Stephen Scypinski|