packaging safety

Extractables and Leachables

Extractables and Leachables (E&L) are essential areas of concern for the pharmaceutical and food industries, specifically regarding their packaging, usage components (e.g., medical devices or syringes), and the manufacturing chain. We will examine testing of analysis of them within pharmaceutical applications. The two terms are related but distinct, each with its own analytical requirements.    Definitions of […]

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Some Background and Concerns About PFAS

The Background And Concerns Of PFAS (Per- and) PolyFluoroAlkyl Substances (PFAS) are a class of ubiquitous chemicals that have been found in water, air, fish, and soil across the nation and worldwide. Known as “Forever Chemicals,” there are thousands of different PFAS, and they are present in consumer, commercial, and industrial products.1 Having one of the strongest bonds

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Shedding Light on Photo-Stability Forced Degradation

Forced Degradation is the testing of a drug product or drug substance using situations more taxing than those if conditions were simply accelerated. This type of stability testing is designed to demonstrate various degradation pathways within the product or substance and assists with developing the product itself and its packaging. Within forced degradation testing, a

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Extractables and Leachables

Extractables and Leachables (E&L) are essential areas of concern for the pharmaceutical and food industries, specifically regarding their packaging, usage components (e.g., medical devices or syringes), and the manufacturing chain. We will examine testing of analysis of them within pharmaceutical applications. The two terms are related but distinct, each with its own analytical requirements.    Definitions of

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