Drug and dietary supplement manufacturers face an increasingly complex set of elemental impurity standards.
Jordi Labs often helps drug manufacturers comply with USP 232 regulations.
This case study shows how our team of PhD analytical chemists use Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry to find elemental impurities that exceed USP 232 limits.
We decided to use an Agilent 7900 ICP-MS instrument because it excels at determining trace and ultra-trace amounts of deleterious elements.
Download this PDF to see how we tested surgical bags, filters and tubes and the results our tests revealed.