Quality Control

Quality control plays a vital role in the pharmaceutical manufacturing process, ensuring that medications are produced correctly and effectively for the treatment or cure of diseases. The primary objective of quality control within the Pharmaceutical Industry is to assess drugs at various stages of production, ensuring they meet the necessary criteria to proceed to subsequent phases and comply with the required regulations and specifications for safe consumption. To maintain comprehensive control over medication quality, rigorous testing is conducted across several specialized areas, including: - Physical-Chemical Analysis Laboratory - Microbiological Assessment Laboratory - Packaging Material Inspection Laboratory - Process Control Laboratory Stringent regulations are in place to govern the production and quality control of medicines, with each country having its own set of rules and laws that manufacturers must adhere to, along with obtaining the requisite authorizations for production. To verify compliance with these regulations and laws, both internal and external audits are conducted, focusing on ensuring adherence to good manufacturing practices for medicines