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The List of Abbreviations used in Pharmaceutical Industry

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The last chapter of the list of abbreviations used in pharmaceutical industry is chapter number ten. Other important meaning and terms are given here. so check out all the terms one by one.

  1. SOP: Standard operating procedure
  2. SPE: Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering
  3. SUPAC: Scale-up and post approval changes
  4. SVP: Small Volume Parenteral
  5. TC: Thermocouple
  6. TDS: Total Dissolved Solids
  7. TGA: Therapeutics goods administration (Australia)
  8. TOC: Total organic carbon
  9. TSE: Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy
  10. USFDA: United states foods and drugs administration
  11. USP: United States Pharmacopeia
  12. USP-NF: United States Pharmacopeia-National Formulary
  13. URS: User Requirement Specification
  14. VAI: Voluntary action indicated
  15. VMP: Validation Master Plan
  16. WFI: Water for injection
  17. WHO: World Health Organisation
  18. WL: Warning letter

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