Pharmaceutical Quality by Design Using JMP

1st Edition

Solving Product Development and Manufacturing Problems

Rob Lievense
eISBN-13: 9781635266184

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Solve your pharmaceutical product development and manufacturing problems using JMP.


Pharmaceutical Quality by Design Using JMP: Solving Product Development and Manufacturing Problems provides broad-based techniques available in JMP to visualize data and run statistical analyses for areas common in healthcare product manufacturing. As international regulatory agencies push the concept of Quality by Design (QbD), there is a growing emphasis to optimize the processing of products. This book uses practical examples from the pharmaceutical and medical device industries to illustrate easy-to-understand ways of incorporating QbD elements using JMP.


Pharmaceutical Quality by Design Using JMP opens by demonstrating the easy navigation of JMP to visualize data through the distribution function and the graph builder and then highlights the following:


the powerful dynamic nature of data visualization that enables users to be able to quickly extract meaningful information
tools and techniques designed for the use of structured, multivariate sets of experiments
examples of complex analysis unique to healthcare products such as particle size distributions/drug dissolution, stability of drug products over time, and blend uniformity/content uniformity.


Scientists, engineers, and technicians involved throughout the pharmaceutical and medical device product life cycles will find this book invaluable.



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Sold By SAS Institute
ISBNs 9781635266184, 9781629608648, 9781635266207, 9781642953398
Publish Year 2018
Language English
Number of Pages 436
Edition 1st
Website https://support.sas.com/lievense