FACTS ABOUT CHLORHEXIDINE IN ORAL CARE Chlorhexidine is an antiseptic and antimicrobial often used as an active ingredient in oral rinse. It provides protection against a wide range of bacteria. It kills bacteria by binding to bacteria cell walls. The FDA approved chlorhexidine 0.12% in August 1986 as ANDA 19-028(1) Chlorhexidine, to date is the most […]
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Flow Chemistry is a technique involving the use of structured devices, also called microreactor or flow reactors, where reactants are combined and as a result start reacting. Thus making chemical synthesis a time-resolved process. Flow chemistry is a well-established technique for use at a large scale when manufacturing large quantities of a given material. The […]
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Medichem Malta plant passed a US FDA inspection for the second consecutive time without receiving any observation. The inspection of Medichem’s plant in Hal Far (Malta) was carried out by two FDA officers from the 16th to the 19th of February 2015 and covered Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) systems, as well as several Active Pharmaceutical […]
In May 2014, Medichem opened a brand new High Potency API unit (HPAPI) in its Maltese plant, located in Hal Far. The HPAPI modular laboratory is a multipurpose facility that is fully equipped for the synthesis of HPAPIs from the very early R&D phases, through process development and to manufacturing allowing Medichem to produce Class […]
The latest FDA inspection of our plant in Celrà (Girona), Spain in September resulted in no “Form 483” (no observations were noted). The inspection was carried out by an FDA investigator and covered cGMP and preapproval for several products. For the Celrà site this was the fifth consecutive FDA inspection without any observation. Malta site […]
The latest FDA inspection of our plant in Hal Far (Malta) in April resulted in no “Form 483” (no observations were noted). Times of Malta