Best Practices: CCIT In Manufacturing – A Webinar Series by PDA Asia Pacific

    Automated Deterministic Inspection Technologies for Complete QC of Prefilled Syringes

    Prefilled syringes and single use injection devices are the future of pharmaceutical delivery systems. As the industry develops unique delivery solution, greater understanding and control of primary container quality is needed. Shifting strategies within the pharmaceutical industry around container closure integrity (CCI) are driving towards a more robust data driven environment. Deterministic technologies that provide a more reliable test measurement can be leveraged to automated inspection platforms.

    Challenges that face the prefilled syringe calls for deploying alternative technologies and inspection methods. This presentation will cover challenges of the prefilled syringe and technologies for prefilled syringe inspection. Scientific case studies will establish criteria for successfully deploying a next generation CCI inspection technology. Automatic inspection systems that provide answers to the dynamic challenges introduced by prefilled syringes creates a level of assurance required for such high risk applications.

    Event/Webinar Name: Best Practices: CCIT In Manufacturing – A Webinar Series by PDA Asia Pacific
    Webinar Date: July 8, 2020 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Singapore Standard Time
    Contact Number (with country & area code): +65 6496 5504.

    Organiser: Parenteral Drug Association Asia Pacific

    The Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) is the leading global provider of science, technology, and regulatory information. The PDA creates awareness and understanding of important issues facing the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical community and delivers high-quality, relevant education to the industry. Since its founding in 1946 as a nonprofit organization, PDA has been committed to developing scientifically sound, practical technical information and expertise to advance pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical manufacturing science and regulation, so members can better serve patients.