Errors in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Analytical errors is essential before submit your report and results with the required level of confidence. However we should have clarity regarding accuracy and precision before we are talking pharmaceutical error. Most of us believe that these terms have same meaning but the example of arrows striking a target. Any measurement is limited by the precision of the measuring instruments and the technique and the skill of the observer. Where a measurement consists of a single reading on a simple piece of laboratory equipment, for example a burette or a thermometer, one would expect the number of variables contributing to uncertainties in that measurement to be fewer than a measurement which is the result of a multi-step process consisting of two or more weight measurements, a titration and the use of a variety of reagents.

  • Procedure for sampling techniques
  • Validation of pharmaceutical analysis
  • Determinate or systematic error
  • Indeterminate or random error
  • Basic calculation in pharmaceutical analysis

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