Laxxon Medical's Commitment to Meeting and Exceeding CGMP Regulations In 3D Printed Pharmaceuticals
What is cGMP, and why is it so important?
The Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) is a process set up by the FDA to ensure medication is manufactured safely by all pharmaceutical companies. The FDA ensures the quality of all pharmaceutical products by meticulously monitoring all manufacturing compliance with the cGMP regulations.
The cGMP regulations include minimum requirements for:
Methods – How pharmaceutical products are produced.
Facilities – Where pharmaceutical products are made.
Controls – Used in manufacturing, processing, and packaging of pharmaceutical products.
What Are the Key Components of cGMP?
Regardless of what drug is being produced and how it's being produced, pharmaceutical companies are responsible for ensuring that the drug is produced safely and contains the exact ingredients specified.
One of the ways that the FDA ensures that pharmaceutical companies meet these requirements is by following and abiding by Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) regulations set out by the federal government.