This book provides a comprehensive guide on validating analytical methods. Key features: Full review of the available regulatory guidelines on validation and in particular, ICH. Sections of the guideline, Q2(R1), have been reproduced in this book with the kind permission of the ICH Secretariat; Thorough discussion of each of the validation characteristics (Specificity; Linearity; Range; Accuracy; Precision; Detection Limit; Quantitation Limit; Robustness; System Suitability) plus practical tips on how they may be studied; What to include in a validation protocol with advice on the experimental procedure to follow and selection of appropriate acceptance criteria; How to interpret and calculate the results of a validation study including the use of suitable statistical calculations; A fully explained case study demonstrating how to plan a validation study, what to include in the protocol, experiments to perform, setting acceptance criteria, interpretation of the results and reporting the study.Forced degradation studies are typically used to develop suitable stability indicating assay and impurity methods and thus ... In section 1.2.2 of the ICH guidelines (impurities are not available) stress conditions of light, heat, humidity, acid/baseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Validation of Analytical Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-05-01|