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June 11, 2014
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The following 483s recently have been added to 483sOnline.com. To access all available 483s, visit us at http://www.fdanews.com/form483.



Mission Pharmacal Co.
Issued: 02/07/2014 Region: Southwest Inspector(s): Lucas B. Leake; Diana L. Ayala
Observations: Written procedures are not established that describe the in-process controls and tests to be conducted on appropriate samples of in-process materials of each batch.
 

Advance Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Issued: 12/19/2013 Region: Northeast Inspector(s): Robert C. Horan
Observations: The responsibilities and procedures applicable to the quality control unit are not fully followed.
 

Omega & Delta Co., Inc.
Issued: 12/10/2013 Region: Southeast Inspector(s): Miguel A. Martinez
Observations: The responsibilities and procedures applicable to the quality control unit are not fully followed.
 

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American Medical Systems, Inc.
Issued: 02/24/2014 Region: Central Inspector(s): Benjamin W. Anderson; Kyle J. Mccracken
Observations: A process whose results cannot be fully verified by subsequent inspection and test has not been validated according to established procedures.
 

Medtronic Navigation, Inc.
Issued: 03/05/2014 Region: Southwest Inspector(s): Ashleigh P. Barkans; Laura B. Kennedy; Amanda S. Zorn
Observation: Design validation did not ensure the device conforms to defined user needs and intended uses.
 

AT Squared
Issued: 02/13/2014 Region: Central Inspector(s): Brigitte K. H. Strelnik
Observations: Procedures for design validation have not been adequately established.
 

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