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QC Unit

Quality Control and Testing

At ARPL quality is a priority & lays emphasis on continuous improvement, meeting customer expectations and all time regulatory compliance. We set and follow the most stringent operating procedures drafted by a highly technically competent team, adhering to highest standards of safety practices

Our quality team works relentlessly to constantly upgrade our manufacturing facilities. This is in addition to the technological innovations that are welcomed and adopted to produce and export high quality medicines. The Quality centre also carries out internal audits of all manufacturing plants to check compliance with current Good Manufacturing (cGMP) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). By doing this, our quality team ensures that every product produced in our facility meets world class standards. • The Quality Control team at khorshid Kadous Pharmaceutical also can carry out studies on drug sustainability studies • And it should be noted that the quality control laboratory of Khorshid Kadous is equipped with advanced devices for examining except for materials and medications,Hplc,GC,UV,IR,KF,…

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Active pharmaceutical ingredient (API): biologically active compound(s) in a drug formulation that imparts the desired therapeutic effect. Active pharmaceutical ingredients are usually first obtained in the crude state (if there is no biological activity they might be considered “intermediates”) and subsequent production operations convert the crude material to the final API that meets the pharmacopoeial and/or similar requirements. A sterile API is an API that has been subjected to additional processing steps to remove micro-organisms

The synthesis of medicinal chemicals may be done in a very small facility producing only one chemical or in a large integrated facility producing many chemicals by various processes. Most pharmaceutical manufacturing plants are relatively small. Organic chemicals are used as raw materials and as solvents. Nearly all products are made using batch operations. In addition, several different products or intermediates are likely to be made in the same equipment at different times during the year. Equipment dedicated to the manufacture of a single product is rare, unless the product is made in large volume. Production activities of the pharmaceutical industry can be divided into the following categories:

Chemical Synthesis – the manufacture of pharmaceutical products by chemical synthesis.

Fermentation – the production and separation of medicinal chemicals such as antibiotics and vitamins from microorganisms.

Extraction – the manufacture of botanical and biological products by the extraction of organic chemicals from vegetative materials or animal tissues.

Formulation and Packaging – the formulation of bulk pharmaceuticals into various dosage forms such as tablets, capsules, inject able solutions, ointments, etc., that can be taken bythe patient.

 Further, the various chemicals used in making pharmaceuticals may be categorized as follows: basic building blocks, intermediates and custom-made active ingredients, including active pharmaceutical ingredients


QA Unit

Quality Assurance unit

The purpose of quality assurance in Khorshid Kadous pharmaceutical Co. supply system is to help ensure that each product is safe, effective, and of acceptable quality. A comprehensive quality assurance program includes both technical and managerial activities, spanning the entire supply process from pharmaceutical selection to patient use

Our company’s quality assurance program ensures the following

  • Pharmaceuticals selected have been shown to be safe and efficacious for their intended use, are presented in an appropriate dosage form, and have the longest possible shelf life.
  • Suppliers with acceptable quality standards are selected.
  • Pharmaceuticals received from commercial suppliers and donors meet specified quality standards at the time of delivery.
  • Packaging meets contract and usage requirements.
  • Repackaging activities and dispensing practices maintain quality.
  • Storage and transportation conditions do not compromise product quality.
  • Product quality concerns reported by prescribers, dispensers, and consumers are properly cataloged and addressed.
  • Product recall procedures are implemented to remove defective products.