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The new Elemental Impurities Database for Excipients – ECA offers a meeting at no costs


A step-wise integrated risk-based approach to determine a control strategy for according to ICH Q3D has to consider data from all kinds of potential sources for elemental impurities in particular from excipients. Read more about the newly created Elemental Impurities Database as a valuable support for performing risk assessments for drug products.

http://www.gmp-compliance.org/eca_mitt_05257_15499_n.html

The new ICH Q3D Guideline on Elemental Impurities strongly advocates the use of risk assessments in order to define a final control strategy. Specific challenges appear when risks associated with production equipment, packaging material and excipients have to be determined, and quantified. In particular the contribution of elemental impurities from excipients is not easy to assess due to their big variety and the lack of information from excipient vendors.

Quite recently a pharma consortium started an initiative which aims to collect and share data from pharmaceutical excipients by establishing a database. This Elemental Impurities (EI) Database provides information required for performing a comprehensive risk assessment of a drug product with respect to elemental impurities. Interested companies can contribute to this database by providing information about excipients and may also benefit from this database by taking out information needed for their risk assessments.

The “Impurities Workshop” from 14-16 June 2016 in Heidelberg, Germany provides a comprehensive and practical oriented review of impurities analysis and characterisation in drug substances and drug products. Part III of the workshop on 16 June 2016 is specifically dedicated to Elemental Impurites. In the subsequent post-Conference Workshop on 17 June 2016 the above mentioned EI Database will be explained. The following questions will be discussed:

  • What is the procedure of providing data for the Database?
  • How can information be obtained from the Database?
  • What has to be considered in terms of confidentiality when data will be received or submitted to the Database?

This post-Conference Workshop is free of charge. It ideally complements the previous parts of the “Impurities Workshop” and can be booked in combination with either Part III or all Parts of the “Impurities Workshop”. As we expect a high interest in this post-Conference Workshop participants joining the “Impurities Workshop” (one day or all three days) will be registered first

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European Pharmacopoeia Commission announces Strategy for Implementation of ICH Q3D


The publication of the final ICH Q3D guideline, which has been announced for September of this year, will lead to extensive revisions to chapters and monographs in the European Pharmacopoeia. Find out in what steps the Pharmacopoeia Commission will proceed.

http://www.gmp-compliance.org/enews_4418_European%20Pharmacopoeia%20Commission%20announces%20Strategy%20for%20Implementation%20of%20ICH%20Q3D_8559,S-AYL_n.html

GMP News: European Pharmacopoeia Commission announces Strategy for Implementation of ICH Q3D

In a press release from 7 July 2014, the ICH Steering Committee announced that the finalisation of the ICH Q3D Guideline on Elemental Impurities is planned for September 2014. A press release of the European Pharmacopoeia Commission entitled “The European Pharmacopoeia Commission validates its strategy regarding elemental impurities and the implementation plan of the upcoming ICH Q3D guideline” was released 11 days later. In this release, the Commission explains their approach with regard to the integration of the content of ICH Q3D in the European Pharmacopoeia. This is supposed to be done in the following steps:

  • Chapter 5.20 of the Pharmacopoeia (“Metal catalysts or metal reagent residues”), which so far includes a literal rendition of the EMA Guideline “Specification limits for residues of metal catalysts or metal reagents“, will be replaced by the wording of the ICH Q3D Guideline, as soon as it is published as Step 4 document.
  • Chapter 5.20 will only become legally binding when it is referenced in a pharmacopoeia monograph. For this purpose references to Chapter 5.20 are supposed to be inserted in the general monographs 2034 (“Substances for pharmaceutical use’) and 2619 (“Pharmaceutical preparations”). The time at which this will take place, has not yet been fixed and depends on the CHMP, which must formally decide to replace the EMA guideline by ICH Q3D in Chapter 5.20.
  • In all individual monographs (except in those that relate to substances for veterinary medicinal products) references to Chapter 2.4.8 will be removed. This Chapter still describes wet chemical tests for heavy metals. A list of the affected monographs will appear in the January 2015 issue of the journal “Pharmeuropa”. The publication of the revised monographs is intended for the 9th edition of the European Pharmacopoeia with an implementation date of 1 January 2017.
    • Chapter 2.4.20 (“Determination of metal catalyst and metal reagent residues”) covering the topics of “sample preparation” and “method suitability”, will be reviewed and adapted to the requirements according to ICH Q3D.

    After the revision of the individual chapters and monographs it is at the discretion of the responsible quality control laboratories to choose an appropriate analytical strategy in accordance with the requirements of ICH Q3D.

 

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  • Draft Document:
    July 2013

    Description:

    The Q3D draft Guideline has been relased for consultation under Step 2B of the ICH process in July 2013.

    This new guidance is proposed to provide a global policy for limiting metal impurities qualitatively and quantitatively in drug products and ingredients. The existing ICH Q3A Guideline classifies impurities as organic, inorganic, and residual solvents. The Q3A and Q3B Guidelines effectively address the requirements for organic impurities. An additional Guideline Q3C was developed to provide clarification of the requirements for residual solvents. The proposed new Guideline Q3D would provide similar clarification of the requirements for metals, which are included in the ICH inorganic impurities classification.

     

    Status:

    Step 2b

    EU:

    Transmission to CHMP in June 2013, issued as EMA/CHMP/ICH/353369/2013. Deadline for comments: 31 December 2013

    MHLW:

    Released for consultation, 4 October 2013, PFSB/ELD. Deadline for comments: 29 November 2013

    FDA:

    Published in the Federal Register 23 October 2013, Vol. 78, No. 205, p. 63219-20. Deadline for comments: 23 December 2013

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Q3D Elemental Impurities – Food and Drug Administration

Sep 30, 2013 – This document reached step 2B of the ICH Process on June 6, 2013. For questions … Q3D. Approval by the Steering Committee under Step 2b

 

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Guideline for Elemental Impurities – ICH

www.ich.org/fileadmin/Public_Web…/ICH…/Q3D/Q3D_Step2b.pdf

DRAFT CONSENSUS GUIDELINE. GUIDELINE FOR ELEMENTAL IMPURITIES. Q3D. Current Step 2b version dated 26 July 2013. At Step 2 of the ICH Process, …

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ICH Q3D Guideline reaches Step 2b of the ICH Process

5 August 2013

The ICH Q3D Guideline for Elemental Impurities reached Step 2b of the ICH Process in July 2013 and now enters the consultation period (Step 3).

This new Guideline is proposed to provide a global policy for limiting metal impurities qualitatively and quantitatively in drug products and ingredients. The existing ICH Q3A Guideline classifies impurities as organic, inorganic, and residual solvents. The Q3A and Q3B Guidelines effectively address the requirements for organic impurities.
An additional Guideline Q3C was developed to provide clarification of the requirements for residual solvents.
The proposed new Guideline Q3D would provide similar clarification of the requirements for metals, which are included in the ICH inorganic impurities classification.

The draft Guideline is now available for download under the Quality Guideline page. ローテンシルト通販ニクソン腕時計You are invited to provide comments on the draft Guideline by e-mailing the ICH Secretariat. More details under the Open Consultation page.

Note that stakeholders from EU, US and Japan are encouraged to submit their comments to their respective Regulatory Authorities.

ICH gets new Members and informs about the ICH Q3D Implementation



ICH gets new Members and informs about the ICH Q3D Implementation
The International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) is the most significant organisation for the harmonisation of requirements with regard to the authorisation and the manufacture of medicinal products. Read more about the current decisions of the ICH Steering Committees.

http://www.gmp-compliance.org/enews_4395_ICH%20gets%20new%20Members%20and%20informs%20about%20the%20ICH%20Q3D%20Implementation_8559,S-AYL_n.html

ICH gets new Members and informs about the ICH Q3D Implementation\

The International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) is the most significant organisation for the harmonisation of requirements with regard to the authorisation and the manufacture of medicinal products. The ICH wants this function to be extended. For that reason – during the last meeting in Minneapolis, USA – the Steering Committee decided to welcome two new members. Beside the American FDA, the EMA/EU Commission and the Japanese Authority belong to the founding members. Now, the Swiss Authority Swissmedic and the Canadian one (Health Canada) have joined the ICH Board.

Another important notice has been announced after the meeting in Minneapolis. In September 2014, the harmonised Guideline ICH Q3D Elemental Impurities will reach the Step 4 status. The FDA as well as the EMA/EU Commission and the Japanese MHLW will take over the whole document into their respective national regulations. This last – and formal – procedure will be defined as Step 5. No changes will be made in the guidance document when the authorities will make the transfer to the regulatory framework.

The new ICH Q3D and the recently adopted ICH M7 (Genotoxic Impurities) will therefore be addressed at the international Impurities Forum in Berlin.

Source: Press Release of the ICH Meeting in Minneapolis

http://www.gmp-compliance.org/enews_4395_ICH%20gets%20new%20Members%20and%20informs%20about%20the%20ICH%20Q3D%20Implementation_8559,S-AYL_n.html

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