The use of veterinary drugs in food-producing animals has the potential to generate residues in animal-derived products (meat, milk, eggs, and honey) and poses a health hazard to the consumer.
Veterinary drug residues are the very small amounts of veterinary medicines that can remain in animal products and therefore make their way into the food chain. These include any degradation products, which are the result of the medicine breaking down into its component parts.
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“NDELA” Nitrosamine in pharma productsPosted in: Highlights, News
Pharmaceutical companies, involved in the production of finished pharmaceutical products, such as topical creams or foams, following the risk assessment envisaged by EMA guidelines, must investigate the presence of any traces of N-Nitrosodiethanolamine (NDELA) in their finished products. Learn more