SGS Workshop: Quality Control of Pharmaceutical Gas
Regulatory authorities have recently turned their attention to gas used in pharmaceutical manufacturing and its analysis. SGS Life Science Services - Clichy presents a free seminar on Pharmaceutical Gas Analysis.
For over 10 years, SGS Life Science Services in Clichy has established a reputation for evaluating pharmaceutical systems such as water system validation and environmental monitoring. SGS completes their portfolio by offering sampling and quality control of gas utilized pharmaceutical manufacturing (compressed air, nitrogen and oxygen).
The gas used in pharmaceutical production can be in contact with the final pharmaceutical product. Thus, they are considered as other materials (e.g. excipients). Consequently, gases should be controlled according to the monograph.
To learn about all of the required controls, attend an SGS Workshop entitled “Quality Control of Pharmaceutical Gas” given by an SGS expert.
March 30, 2010
SGS Life Science Services
20/22 rue Charles Paradinas
13h30 Welcome Participants
14h00 to 18h00 Presentation of SGS Group
- Review of Method Validation of Gas Analyses
- Applications of Gas Analysis
- Hands-On Workshop in the Lab
18h00 to 18h30 Conclusion/Questions and Answers
To participate in this event, please simply register online before March 26, 2010.
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