Preparing for the proposed United States Pharmacopeia Chapters on trace elemental impurities in pharmaceuticals with ICP techniques

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  • Date: Jul 7, 2010 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Atomic
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Preparing for the proposed United States Pharmacopeia Chapters on trace elemental impurities in pharmaceuticals with ICP techniques


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The United States Pharmacopeia is proposing two new General Chapters on levels of trace elements in pharmaceutical products with the aim of:

  • Updating the methodology used to test for elemental impurities in drugs and dietary supplements to include procedures that rely on modern analytical technology; and
  • Setting limits for acceptable levels of metal impurities (including, but not limited to, lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium) in drugs and dietary supplements.

This webinar is essential for those who need to stay up-to-date with elemental analysis techniques and in particular ICP and ICP-MS methodologies in order to meet the latest requirements in pharmaceutical analysis.



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Matthew CassapMatthew Cassap
Senior Applications Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Cambridge, UK
Matthew specializes in the trace elemental analysis of pharmaceuticals and petrochemicals. As an industry specialist, he regularly represents Thermo Fisher Scientific as a speaker at conferences and seminars. In addition, his articles have been widely published in a variety of journals, publications and online forums. Matthew is a regular visitor to the USA where he advises our customers on how to improve their methodologies and working practices relating to elemental analysis in pharmaceuticals.

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