Amid ongoing efforts to address a previous FDA warning, Impax Laboratories has been hit with a fresh Form 483 after a general inspection unearthed additional quality issues at the company’s Hayward, Calif., facility, further complicating a growing ANDA backlog, the drugmaker says.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) had harsh criticism for FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg recently, questioning the agency’s lack of enforcement actions against companies’ with holes in their supply chain knowledge.
Infimed, a maker of software and specialized hardware for medical imaging, does not always review all acceptance records and packaging checklists before releasing product for shipment, a Form 483 for the company’s Liverpool, N.Y., plant states.
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