The first generic medicine we ever made? Penicillin G in 1966. Since then, Mylan has applied one global quality standard across our facilities, and across our product line, regardless of market.
How We Make Generic Medicines at Mylan
Advanced Monitoring Systems
Although not required, Mylan uses state-of-the-art monitoring systems that can automatically evaluate and reject a product that does not meet specifications. This advanced technology is used to automatically remove a defective product from production or packaging lines.
Protection Against Defects
Quality begins at step one. Mylan uses an established testing and verification process to ensure the suitability of active ingredients used in our medicines.
Proof of Purity and Potency
Mylan assures product potency, purity and drug release until expiry date by testing the stability of our products at specific intervals.
A Commitment to Pharmacists
Customers count on you for advice. That's one of the reasons Mylan applies one global quality standard across our facilities and across our product line, regardless of market.
A Commitment to Doctors
To ensure that you provide your patients with the highest quality medicines, Mylan uses advanced testing and monitoring systems to assure product adheres to testing acceptance criteria that are in alignment with requirements established by standard-setting organisations around the world.
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