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Effects Of X-Ray Inspection On Pharmaceutical Products

By Rob Rogers

Xray Feature

X-ray inspection of pharmaceutical products and over-the-counter (OTC) medications are steadily increasing in use as pharmaceutical manufacturers worldwide strive to safeguard their brand reputations, protect consumers' welfare and comply with national and international regulations and legislation.

Some manufacturers, however, still have reservations about adopting x-ray inspection as a safe method of product inspection. Their primary concern is that products being inspected could be affected by radiation during the inspection process, and that their therapeutic effectiveness might be compromised.

Learn about the potential effects of x-ray inspection on pharmaceutical products, differences between man-made x-rays and naturally occurring radiation, reasons manufacturers use x-rays to inspect a wide variety of products, and more.

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