Sagar Kishor Savale*
Department of Technical Services, Mylan laboratories ltd, F-4 & F-12, Malegaon MIDC, Sinnar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422113, India
* Corresponding author,
Mr. Sagar Kishor Savale,
Department of Technical Services,
Mylan laboratories ltd, F-4 & F-12,
Malegaon MIDC, Sinnar, Nashik,
Maharashtra 422113, India.
Mobile No: 9960885333,
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: In-process quality control (IPQC) tests was done with a view to remove error from every stage in production and maintain the quality of the final product (FP) with standards as specified in the pharmacopoeias. Method: The quality of FP depends on in-process control (IPC) tests because it helps to incorporate excellence within the products. The quantitative and qualitative parameters of pharmaceuticals products was checked by finished product quality controls (FPQC) tests. The aim of this investigation was to provide concise information on the IPQC and FPQC tests for pharmaceutical solid dosage as per different pharmacopoeias. Conclusion: In the present investigation we was analyzed the quality control tests for tablets, capsules and other solid dosage forms.
Keywords: IPQC, Tablet, QC, IPC, RM, FP, Solid drugs, FPQC.