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THE PHARMA REVIEW (SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2013)

A Study on Selected Components of Supply Chain in Pharmaceuticals

Rau B. S & Vijaya Ratna. J

Introduction: Currently, governments of different countries are concentrating on supply chain through proper documentation to ensure quality medicines reach the end user. A typical supply chain is as mentioned in Figure 1. To meet the first objective, to find out whether manufacturing sector is comfortable with the currently regulatory senario, a pilot survey was conducted especially upon small scale pharmaceutical manufacturing sector and the outcome was analysed and reported1. Several international controversies on the quality of pharmaceutical products manufactured in India were witnessed and there is a need to ensure that products available in the market are with required drug contents, and are of quality, well accepted. To meet the second objective, most commonly used conventional tablet dosage form of paracetamol, metformin were studied for the pharmaceutical quality parameters as per Indian Pharmacopoeial specifications as well as in house manufacturing parameters and the results were discussed and reported2. 

 

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