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FDA Temperature Mapping and Monitoring Explained: A Dickson Translation

When it comes to regulatory bodies and concrete descriptions of how exactly you should be monitoring your environment . . . well it never comes to that.

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Why The ISPE And Their Guidelines Matter

The ISPE describes itself on its website: www.ispe.org, as ”the world’s largest not-for-profit association serving its Members by leading scientific, technical and regulatory advancement throughout the entire pharmaceutical lifecycle.”

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Hospital Blues: How Supply Chain Breakdowns Harm Patients

 

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The Hospital Supply Chain Is Ever Expanding

With the Affordable Care Act sweeping healthcare in the U.S., hospital supply chains have had the spotlight shown on them: a somewhat disregarded discipline in a hospital has now come to the forefront in cost savings.

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GET SOME Supply Chain Security

Prevent Lost, Stolen Or Damaged Products

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A New Wave Of Regulations: Monitoring Room Temperature

Pharmaceuticals are some of the most closely monitored goods in the world, and their storage conditions are no exception. Until recently however, when a company was monitoring the temperature of a pharmaceutical drug, they were probably only interested in those drugs that inhabited the cold...

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3 Keys To Temperature in Pharma Manufacturing

How does temperature infiltrate the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals? Three BIG ways: Research, Creation, Distribution.

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Essential Parts Of The Business To Consumer Cold Chain

A lot of effort and concentration is focused on what happens to products within a manufacturing facility, whether that be food products, pharmaceutical products, or medical device products. Once the product is made, it should be safe to consume, right? Right! As long as best monitoring and...

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Serialization In Pharma: A Brief Overview

"The serialization of pharmaceuticals will lead to a more secure supply chain."

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The Keys to 21CFR11

21CFR11 is to Food and Pharmaceutical professionals what Dr. Kelso was to Sacred Heart Hospital in the television series Scrubs. Annoying, but necessary.

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