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Software validation in the GxP environment

Software validation in the GxP environment confirms that software used in regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical technology meets the specified requirements and delivers reliable results. “GxP” stands for various regulatory requirements, such as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

Validation is crucial in ensuring that the software complies with legal regulations and industry quality standards. It includes various activities such as planning, testing, documentation and verification. Validation must be carefully documented to demonstrate compliance with regulations.

A systematic validation process ensures that the software functions correctly and data integrity is guaranteed. This is particularly important in areas where the safety and efficacy of products are directly dependent on the software, such as pharmaceuticals or medical devices.

Compliance with GxP requirements in software validation helps minimise risks, improve product quality, and ensure patient safety. Therefore, thorough and systematic validation is crucial in the GxP environment.

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