LC–MS instrumentation allows very sensitive analysis but requires high quality reagents, solvents, and ultrapure water. Join this webcast to learn about contaminants present in laboratory water and their effects on applications, as well as different modern water purification solutions that can be tailored for your specific experimental needs.
Selecting the Right Water Quality for Modern Diagnostic Lab Applications
Today, activities of diagnostic laboratories are expanding far beyond classical areas such as immunochemistry, biochemistry, clinical microbiology, and histology to also address issues in toxicology or therapeutic drug monitoring. This growth is characterized by successful adaptation of various analytical platforms for analyses of hormones, drugs of abuse, biogenic amines, neonatal screening, etc. New techniques not only enable measurement of multiple complex analyses simultaneously with a very high level of sensitivity and robustness, but also establish new requirements for analyses with regard to process control, operator expertise, and reagent quality.
Since water is a main reagent in many analyses, its purity plays a critical role in performing these analyses in a rapid and reliable manner. This webcast will discuss water quality requirements for various diagnostic platforms and share technical recommendations for avoiding the effects of water contamination on results. In the interest of traceability, a modern solution for data management and monitoring will also be discussed.
Pharma Labs: Getting the Most Out of Your Lab Water Solution
High purity water is one of the main reagents in pharmaceutical laboratories and its quality plays a critical role in successful analyses. Any contamination present in water may interfere with measured analytes, contaminate the instrument, and finally compromise the analytical data — and also result in time wasted repeating analyses and cleaning/troubleshooting analytical instruments. To avoid these issues, the ultrapure water used in any pharmaceutical lab must be of high and constant quality with a minimum level of contaminants detrimental to analyses.
Thus, the practical aspects of ultrapure water quality will be highlighted during this session. In particular, specific characteristics that determine water of high quality, as well as aspects related to water handling in the lab will be discussed in detail with respect to pharmaceutical applications.
Pharmaceutical Quality Control laboratories must comply with complex and evolving regulatory guidelines. This webcast will provide the audience with everything they need to know in order to make sure that their lab water purification system is compliant with the guidelines issued by global regulatory bodies.
Overall, this webcast may help scientists working in the pharmaceutical industry to critically evaluate their current lab water purification solution and discover the optimal solution for their particular needs.