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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JULY – AUGUST 2015)

Spotting the Needle in a Haystack

Niall McRory

Introduction: There are no legal requirements to use x-ray inspection in the pharmaceutical industries. Yet it’s clear that the responsibility is on product manufacturers to establish reliable product inspection processes, evident in guidelines such as Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Good Manufacturing Practice, as well as the International Features Standards (IFS) and individual retailer standards. X-ray technology is one product inspection technology that is heavily used in the pharmaceutical industries. Users in many other industries including medical diagnostics, security and construction for applications such as structural, mining and engineering rely on and trust x-ray technology for a host of needs. In the medical world, x-rays are used to ‘see’ what is happening inside the body; for security applications they can ‘look’ inside baggage or parcels to check that contents are safe. For each industry, x-ray systems are specialised, efficient and advanced. 

 

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