Computerised Drug Processing

Computer drug processing is being used in increasing numbers in the pharmaceutical industry. Computer systems are used in a wide variety of ways in a pharmaceutical establishment, such as, maintenance of quarantine systems for drug components, control of significant steps in manufacturing the dosage form, control of laboratory functions, management of warehousing and distribution activities.

Computer drug processing systems may control one or more of these phases, either singly or as part of a highly automated integrated complex.

Related Journals of Computerised Drug Processing

Research and Reviews:Journal of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, Computer Engineering & Information Technology, Computers and Operation Research, Clinical Drug Investigation.