Farmacja / Biotechnologia - Metody USP

CEM Solutions for USP

With the ever-increasing focus on ensuring product quality and safety in the pharmaceutical industry, the United States Pharmacopeia will be implementing USP Chapters 232, 233, and 2232 in 2014. With over 30 years of expertise in microwave chemistry applications for the pharmaceutical industry, we have now taken our knowledge base and developed the complete solution to help you meet these new USP requirements from instrumentation to application. We also offer instrumentation for USP Methods 281 and 733.

Webinar On Demand
Microwave Digestion of Pharmaceutical Samples Followed by ICP-MS Analysis for USP Chapter  
Recorded March 27, 2013  

USP methods for sample preparation for elemental analysis are changing in May 2014. Make sure your lab is ready. Closed vessel microwave digestion is a proven technique already used by many in the pharmaceutical industry. Microwave digestion, the upcoming implementation of USP Methods 232 and 233, and results of a pharmaceutical recovery study were presented. 



usp_vertical_banner.jpgComplete Guide to Implementing USP 232, 233 & 2232

  • Application Notes for USP Methods 232 &233
  • IQ/OQ/PQ & Standard Operating Procedures
  • Training Procedures
  • Documentation Templates

Webinar On Demand: Elemental Impurities: Update on USP Method 231 and Proposed Methods 232, 233, & 2232
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The USP Methods for sample preparation and analysis of elements of interest are changing in 2014 and becoming more precise. Make sure your lab is ready. This webinar discusses the coming changes and how they will affect the way excipients are prepared for elemental analysis.

  • Current USP Method 231 and proposed Methods 232, 233, and 2232
  • Analytical and sample preparation procedures for the proposed USP Methods
  • Why you should use a microwave for the digestion of pharmaceutical samples
  • Examples of different types of excipients and how their sample preparation differs

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Poster: USP Method 233 - Microwave Sample Preparation of Pharmaceutical Samples
 
 
Application Note: Microwave Digestion of Pharmaceutical Samples Followed by ICP-MS Analysis for USP Chapter

Pharmacopeia Links
Revision Bulletin: Elemental Impurities Chapters 232 & 233
Key Issue: Elemental Impurities Chapters 232 & 233
Key Issue: Elemental Impurities Chapter 2232




 

USP Methods 281 & 733

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