Instrumental liquid chromatography, either as HPLC or UPLC, are common techniques in laboratories that are widely used to determine purity, the impurities, and the degradation products of pharmaceuticals.
The focus of most validation work is on the methodology, the standard operating procedure (SOP). But validation of the instrumentation and other associated items of column, solvents, and other reagents and chemicals is also an area of focus in an audit.
For Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) or for ISO 17025 compliance, such methods must meet certain requirements. This presentation will cover the key elements to have a compliant method.
Areas Covered in the Session :
- Instrument validation
- The pumping system
- The column
- The detection system
- The Data System
- Method validation
- Precision and the various measures of precision (repeatability, reproducibility, ruggedness, robustness)
- Limits of detection and quantitation, linearity
- Selectivity, interferences, and specificity
- Solution stability
Who Should Attend:
- Laboratory Assistants
- QA Managers and Personnel
- QC Managers and Personnel
- Validation Specialists
- Quality System Auditors
- Regulatory Compliance Associates
Course Director: Dr. JOHN C. FETZER
Dr. John C. Fetzer has been doing liquid chromatographic method development for over 35 years. His PhD was in studies of various types of chromatography. He has authored or co-authored over 50 papers on LC separations, has served on the advisory boards of the Journal of Chromatography, Analytical Chemistry, and Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. He supervised the Good Laboratory Practices accreditation of a large research chromatography laboratory and has taught numerous short courses on GLP and ISO 17025 compliance.