This webinar series was designed for scientists developing and manufacturing various types of pharmaceutical products; including nasal, inhalation, semi-solid, solid, and controlled release for distribution into the marketplace.
Chemical imaging is a non-destructive imaging technique that combines spatial and spectral information to provide a more complete characterization of a sample. This technique can be used to improve product quality or to solve complex problems by facilitating a better understanding of drug development and manufacturing processes.
In this webinar series, our chemical imaging experts discussed in detail how this new method of collecting analytical data, specific to the application or pharmaceutical product, can be used to improve product performance and quality.
Chemical Imaging Webinar Calendar
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|Ingredient-Specific Particle Sizing Using Raman Chemical Imaging||June 12, 2012||1:00 PM EDT|
|Description: This webinar was designed for scientists working to develop nasal spray suspensions, inhalation products, topical suspensions or working in particle engineering. In this webinar, we discussed the benefit of this novel method of particle sizing that automatically measures particle size distribution. We also discussed specific references to FDA bioequivalence guidance documentation, innovative product design and intellectual property benefits.|
|Controlled Release Testing Using Raman Chemical Imaging||July 31, 2012||1:00 PM EDT|
|Description: During this webinar, we discussed specific methods of analysis using Raman chemical imaging to measure layer thicknesses, content and blend uniformity of ingredients, particle size characterization, and polymorph analysis. Specifically, we discussed how such analytical data is important in determining the quality and performance of a product.
|Polymorph Analysis Using Raman Chemical Imaging||Aug. 23, 2012||1:00 PM EDT|
|Description: This webinar was designed for scientists working in the area of polymorph evaluation in pharmaceutical products and discussed the benefit of using Raman microscopy and chemical imaging for in vitro characterization of polymorphs.|
|Content Uniformity Using Raman Chemical Imaging||Sept. 26, 2012||1:00 PM EDT|
|Description: This webinar was designed for scientists working to develop oral drug tablets, semi-solid creams and gels, and medical devices such as transdermal patches. In this webinar, we discussed the benefit of these novel techniques when evaluating content and blend uniformity. Specifically, we discussed how such analytical data is important in determining the quality and performance of a product.