Pharmaceutical Analysis

Drug Quality Control

This test includes several analyses on pharmaceutical products to  ensure the safety and effectiveness of products.

It assesses the general appearance, the uniformity of a drug tablet, the purity of the composition and the identity of the components of a particular drug.






Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

Bioequivalence refers to the absence of a significant difference in capacity to which the active ingredient becomes available at the site of drug action.

Bioequivalence testing is primarily concerned with generic medications. It helps determine the active ingredient of generic and brand medicines. Drug concentrations at the site of action and their safety and effectiveness are also evaluated.

Bioavailability testing measures the scope of a therapeutically active medicine that reaches the systemic circulation and is available at the site of action.