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Validation in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry is defined as the documented act of demonstrating that a procedure, process, and activity will consistently lead to the expected results. It often includes the qualification of systems and equipment. It is a requirement for Good Manufacturing Practices and other regulatory requirements. Since a wide variety of procedures, processes, and activities need to be validated, the field of validation is divided into a number of subsections including the following:
- Cleaning Validation
- Process Validation
- Analytical Method Validation
- Computer System Validation
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The validation process consists of identifying and testing all aspects of a process that could affect the final test or product. Prior to the testing of a process, the system must be properly qualified. Qualification includes the following steps: (These steps are common practice for equipment (IQ, OQ and PQ).
- Design Qualification (DQ)- Defines the functional and operational specification of the instrument, program, or equipment and details the rationale for choosing the supplier.
- Installation Qualification (IQ) – Demonstrates that the process or equipment meets all specifications, is installed correctly, and all required components and documentation needed for continued operation are installed and in place.
- Operational Qualification (OQ) – Demonstrates that all facets of the process or equipment are operating correctly.
- Performance Qualification (PQ) – Demonstrates that the process or equipment performs as intended in a consistent manner over time.
- Component Qualification (CQ) – Manufacturing of auxiliary components to ensure that they are manufactured to the correct design criteria.