Free 5 Page Whitepaper: Learn how the changes to the USP General Chapter on USP <231> heavy metals analysis will impact how you perform QC release testing
The USP is proposing that USP<231> be revised to USP<232> which will require the use of updated instrumental technology to improve selectivity and sensitivity of heavy metals test. This will constitute a serious change for the pharmaceutical industry that will shift the testing from a relatively inexpensive procedure to tests that require expensive instrumentation and highly skilled metals analysts.
This whitepaper can assist you with:
Discovering how these changes will impact the way you test for heavy metals
Identifying and examining the different instrument approaches available for you to to meet these new guidelines for heavy metal analysis
Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of the different analytical testing approaches available for heavy metals testing and what the cost implications are to you
Because of the associated cost of new instrumentation and/or outsourcing for testing, you may not yet have the instrumentation in place and will need to either purchase the new equipment or send your testing to contract testing laboratories. This whitepaper can help you explore all of these implications.