Category: Validation

Cleaning and Cross-Contamination Case Study

Cleaning and Cross-contamination Issues with an Encapsulator: CGMP Inspection Case Study by FDA National Drug Expert Ileana Barreto-Pettit

At the International GMP Conference at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, in early March 2020 co-sponsored by FDA, FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs National Drug Expert Captain Ileana Barreto-Pettit presented FDA drug GMP warning letter trends over recent years and provided in-depth case studies from Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) inspections. This first study, presented here, focuses on cleaning and cross-contamination issues with an encapsulator.

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Govzilla’s Top 20 Posts of All Time

To serve as a resource for you and your company and to help orient you to the scope of the Govzilla blog, we assembled a list of some of our most useful, relevant, and popular articles of all time.

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Part 3: MHRA GMP Inspection Deficiencies for 2018

Published in late 2019, MHRA’s 2018 GMP inspection deficiency data spans over 6,000 lines of a spreadsheet. GMP expert Barbara W. Unger evaluated the data and presents a data-dense report of her findings and deficiency trends since 2015.

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Part 2: MHRA GMP Inspection Deficiencies for 2018

Published in late 2019, MHRA’s 2018 GMP inspection deficiency data spans over 6,000 lines of a spreadsheet. GMP expert Barbara W. Unger evaluated the data and presents a data-dense report of her findings and deficiency trends since 2015.

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Part 1: MHRA GMP Inspection Deficiencies for 2018

Published in late 2019, MHRA’s 2018 GMP inspection deficiency data spans over 6,000 lines of a spreadsheet. GMP expert Barbara W. Unger evaluated the data and presents a data-dense report of her findings and deficiency trends since 2015.

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FDA Warning Letters Week of 3/1/2020: Device Design Controls, HCT/P

Enforcement this week included a collection of warning letters including three device warning letters and three drug GMP warning letters, including one to a fertility clinic governed under 21 CFR 1271. And, warning letters to firms touting treatments for the coronavirus disease finally started appearing.

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