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General Principles of Process Validation for Drugs and Biologics
FDA's first guideline on process validation was released about 25 years ago. Since then the manufacturing technology has come a long way and so have the diversity of products, technologies and processes used in the manufacture of drugs and biologics. In 2011 FDA released another guidance primarily to address modernization of process validation methods. Several other guidance documents have since been released to describe FDA’s expectations from validated processes for manufacturing drugs and biologics.
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The most common CMC deficiency identified by FDA reviewers is inadequate process validation. A manufacturer needs to establish by objective evidence that a process consistently produces a result or product meeting its predetermined specifications. Validation of all processes involved in manufacture of drug and biologics is essential for meeting FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirements. Process validation is considered as the final step in process development prior to manufacturing biopharmaceuticals for commercial distribution.
This webinar will discuss the latest guidance from FDA regarding process validation. Practical strategies for process validation that can be generally applied to all processes for manufacture or testing of drugs and biologics will be discussed. Key strategic considerations will be discussed using real-life case studies. Simplified approaches to process validation based on scientific logic and best practices will be discussed. At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to evaluate validation requirements for any given process, the documentation requirements with regards to FDA acceptability of the same.
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