World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
An Official Publication of Society for Advance Healthcare Research (Reg. No. : 01/01/01/31674/16)
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Dr. Osman Ahmed*, Ashraf Unnisa, Meher Afrin and Mohammed Akthar Sulthana


Good Production Practices (GMP) was coined to describe pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging standards. The guide to GMP, often known as the Orange Guide, was published in 1971. US GMP rules were established in 1963 and have had a significant impact on how we understand GMP today. Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are based on the principles of protecting patient health while also manufacturing high-quality medicines, medical devices, or pharmaceutical actives. Over 100 nations, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, have adopted GMP since it was first formalised in the 1960s. For pharmaceutical goods, the Indian schedule M specifies GMP standards and the location, facility, and equipment needed to meet them. It is important to keep track of the following:. the Master Formula Records; the Packing Records; Batch Packaging Records; Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and records. The spaces, surfaces, and equipment used to make the goods must all be maintained clean at all times throughout the manufacturing process. Products must not be contaminated by dirt or the germs it harbours. Specific hygiene programmes tailored to the requirements of each industrial location should be developed.

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