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Injection vials made of glass tubing. Quality assurance aspects of packaging. Quality control – pharmaceutical control laboratories. Information on reference materials for pharmacopoeial analysis. Plastics collapsible containers for human blood and blood components. Internal audit and periodic review. Annex is – Quality systems requirements for national good manufacturing practice inspectorates.
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Quality control – specifications and tests. Quality control – reference materials. Plungers and discs for pen-injectors for medical use.
Information on general publications. Annex 9 – Guidelines on packaging for pharmaceutical products. Annex 11 – Guidance on the selection of comparator pharmaceutical products for equivalence assessment of interchangeable multisource generic products.
Reusable all-glass or metal-and-glass syringes for medical use. Annex 10 iao Model certificate of analysis. Appendix 2 – Labels 1. Calibration, validation and verification of equipment, instruments and other devices. Infusion equipment for medical use. Appendix 4 – International standards on packaging. International Infrared Reference Spectra. Sample collection and testing. Closures for injection vials. Injection vials made of moulded glass. Aseptic processing and sterilization by filtration.
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ISO – Injection equipment for medical use — Part 1: Ampoules for injectables
Annex 6 – Good manufacturing practices for sterile pharmaceutical products. Annex 5 – Basic elements of good manufacturing practices in pharmaceutical production. Design, performance requirements and tests. Screw-neck bottles for syrups. Good manufacturing practices for sterile pharmaceutical products.
Packaging materials and closures. Quality systems – model for quality assurance in final inspection and test. Glass transfusion bottles, closures and caps. Repacking, relabelling and dispensing. Quality systems – model for quality assurance in production, installation and servicing. Injection equipment for medical use. Package inserts for patients patient information leaflets. General aspects of packaging. Annex 4 – Considerations for requesting analysis of drug samples 1.
Dissolution test requirements for individual monographs. Measures to combat counterfeit drugs. Aluminium caps for injection vials. Finishing of sterile products.
Freeze-drying closures for infusion bottles. Materials and setting-up of equipment, instruments and other devices. Quality assurance – inspection. Evaluation of test results.
Annex 7 – Guidelines on pre-approval inspections. International Nonproprietary Names for pharmaceutical substances.
Requirements and test methods. Drug quality assurance terminology. Caps made of aluminium-plastics combinations for injection vials.