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Latest News

  • Recall of News item
    Dear subscriber We apologise for the issue of an Operator Broth Transfer Validation document earlier today (20 June 2017). Although downloaded from...
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    20/06/2017 by: Global Admin
  • NW Regional QA service
    The NW Regional QA Service has now joined with the NW Regional Procurement Service and has a new website. You will need to register to view the conten...
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    18/04/2017 by: Global Admin
  • Final report on syringe performance from 4 commercial suppliers
    QCNW have completed their work on the quality of 4 manufacturer's syringe products. The work includes  physical integrity testing, pH resilie...
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    07/03/2017 by: Global Admin
  • North West poster presentation success at the 2016 QA symposium
    The pharmacy QA and QC service is proud of its success at the 2016 QA symposium held in Chester in September. Posters were presented on a wide variety...
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    10/10/2016 by: Global Admin
  • Braun and Surety micro retentive filters considered compatible with methotrexate and hydrocortisone sodium succinate intrathecal injection.
    Following the report from Stockport on two intrathecal drug filter compatibility (vancomycin and cytarabine) QCNW Liverpool have now published thepara...
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    12/09/2016 by: Global Admin
  • Rasburicaise filter needle compatibility reported
    QCNW Liverpool report concludes that Rasburicase 1.5mg/ml (Fasturtec) filtered through a 5 micron syringe filter, shows no significant loss or changes...
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    12/09/2016 by: Global Admin
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