Application of Simulation Studies to E&L Programs

Application of Simulation Studies to E&L Programs

In a recent article in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packaging Sourcer (PMPS), Smithers expert Michael Creese explores how the considered use of simulation studies can support extractables and leachables programs to ensure that potentially hazardous chemicals are not released into medicinal products whilst they are contained in packaging systems.

As discussed in the article, simulation studies are a guide of the likely leachables levels and can help with various challenges that may occur during extractables and leachables studies.

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This article is taken from Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer February 2020, pages 53-55. © Samedan Ltd

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