Raman Spectroscopy: Raman Spectroscopy Detects Adulterated Counter-ions In Pharmaceuticals

A study published in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy titled Raman spectroscopy detects adulterated counter-ions in pharmaceuticals covers how the raman spectroscopy provides accurate and cost-effective quality control of pharmaceuticals, which is essential for maintaining the confidence of dispensing physicians and patient's adherence to therapeutic regimens.

For drug salts that contain a counter-ion, the active pharmaceutical ingredient and counter-ion combination is optimized for the intended therapeutic effect. Drug salts with multiple alternative counter-ions are developed, dosed, and regulated independently and case study one demonstrates how an adulterated medication can contain a different counter-ion than the label claim. Three additional case studies are performed that showcase how Raman spectroscopy can be applied as a cost-effective alternative detection technique of both label claim drug and counter-ion when compared to more commonly used HPLC-UV methods.

Read the complete study here.

Raman Spectroscopy: Raman Spectroscopy Detects Adulterated Counter-ions In Pharmaceuticals

April 18, 2022

A study published in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy titled Raman spectroscopy detects adulterated counter-ions in pharmaceuticals covers how the raman spectroscopy provides accurate and cost-effective quality control of pharmaceuticals, which is essential for maintaining the confidence of dispensing physicians and patient's adherence to therapeutic regimens.

For drug salts that contain a counter-ion, the active pharmaceutical ingredient and counter-ion combination is optimized for the intended therapeutic effect. Drug salts with multiple alternative counter-ions are developed, dosed, and regulated independently and case study one demonstrates how an adulterated medication can contain a different counter-ion than the label claim. Three additional case studies are performed that showcase how Raman spectroscopy can be applied as a cost-effective alternative detection technique of both label claim drug and counter-ion when compared to more commonly used HPLC-UV methods.

Read the complete study here.

Raman Spectroscopy: Raman Spectroscopy Detects Adulterated Counter-ions In Pharmaceuticals

A study published in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy titled Raman spectroscopy detects adulterated counter-ions in pharmaceuticals covers how the raman spectroscopy provides accurate and cost-effective quality control of pharmaceuticals, which is essential for maintaining the confidence of dispensing physicians and patient's adherence to therapeutic regimens.

For drug salts that contain a counter-ion, the active pharmaceutical ingredient and counter-ion combination is optimized for the intended therapeutic effect. Drug salts with multiple alternative counter-ions are developed, dosed, and regulated independently and case study one demonstrates how an adulterated medication can contain a different counter-ion than the label claim. Three additional case studies are performed that showcase how Raman spectroscopy can be applied as a cost-effective alternative detection technique of both label claim drug and counter-ion when compared to more commonly used HPLC-UV methods.

Read the complete study here.

A study published in the Journal of Raman Spectroscopy titled Raman spectroscopy detects adulterated counter-ions in pharmaceuticals covers how the raman spectroscopy provides accurate and cost-effective quality control of pharmaceuticals, which is essential for maintaining the confidence of dispensing physicians and patient's adherence to therapeutic regimens.

For drug salts that contain a counter-ion, the active pharmaceutical ingredient and counter-ion combination is optimized for the intended therapeutic effect. Drug salts with multiple alternative counter-ions are developed, dosed, and regulated independently and case study one demonstrates how an adulterated medication can contain a different counter-ion than the label claim. Three additional case studies are performed that showcase how Raman spectroscopy can be applied as a cost-effective alternative detection technique of both label claim drug and counter-ion when compared to more commonly used HPLC-UV methods.

Read the complete study here.

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