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Certified Product Information Document - Chemical Entities(CPID-CE)

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(Version: 2016/08/31)

Summary of Product Information
Brand Name of Drug Product  
Non-proprietary (Proper or common name) Name of Drug Product  
Non-proprietary or Common Name of Drug Substance (Medicinal Ingredient)  
Company (Manufacturer/Sponsor) Name  
Dosage Form(s)  
Strength(s)  
Route of Administration  
Proposed Indication(s)  

(a)Sponsor's Date of CPID:

(b) Administrative Summary: (Health Canada use only)

DocuBridge Identifier  
Control Number  
Internal Version and/or Date of Acceptance  

2.3.S Drug Substance (Name, Manufacturer)

2.3.S.1 General Information

2.3.S.1.2 Structure

(a) Structural formula, including relative and absolute stereochemistry:

(b) Molecular formula:

(c) Molecular mass:

2.3.S.1.3 General Properties

(a) Physical form (for example [e.g.], polymorphic form, solvate, hydrate):

(b) Solubilities and Dose/Solubility Volume over the physiological pH range (1.2-6.8):

(c) pKa:

2.3.S.2 Manufacture (name, manufacturer)

2.3.S.2.1 Manufacturer(s) (name, manufacturer)

(a) Name, address, and responsibility of each manufacturer, including contractors, and each proposed production site or facility involved in manufacturing and testing:

Name and Address Responsibility
(for example, fabrication, packaging, labelling, testing, importing, storage, and distribution)
MF # or
CEP #
     

2.3.S.2.2 Description of Manufacturing Process and process controls (name, manufacturer)

(a) Flow diagram showing reactants, solvents and reagents:

Name and address of sites manufacturing the API starting material(s):

Name and chemical structure of API starting material:
Manufacturer:
Manufacturing site address:

S.3.2 Impurities

Potential impurities not routinely controlled in the drug substance:

2.3.S.4 Control of the Drug Substance

2.3.S.4.1 Specification (name, manufacturer)

(a) Specification for the drug substance:

Standard Claimed [for example, House, United States Pharmacopeia (USP), British Pharmacopoeia (BP), European Pharmacopoeia (Ph.Eur.)]  
Specification Reference Number and/or Version  
Test Acceptance Criteria Analytical Procedure
(Type/Source/Version)
     
     
     
     
     

2.3.S.6 Container Closure System

(a) Description of the container closure system(s) for the storage and shipment of the drug substance:

2.3.S.7 Stability

2.3.S.7.1 Stability Summary and Conclusions

(a) Proposed storage conditions and re-test period (or shelf life, as appropriate):

Container Closure System Storage Conditions Re-test Period
     

2.3.P Drug Product (Name, Dosage Form)

2.3.P.1 Description and Composition of the Drug Product (name, dosage form)

(a) Composition of the dosage form:

(i) Composition, that is (i.e.), list of all components of the dosage form, and their amounts on a per unit basis (including overages, if any):

Component and Quality Standard (and Grade, if applicable) Strength (label claim)
Quantity per unit % Quantity per unit %
         
         
         
         

(ii) Composition of all components that are mixtures (e.g., colourants, coatings, capsule shells, imprinting inks):

(b) Description of accompanying reconstitution diluent(s), if applicable:

2.3.P.3 Manufacture (name, dosage form)

Name and Address Responsibility
(for example, fabrication, packaging, labelling, testing, importing, storage, and distribution)
MF #
     

2.3.P.3.1 Manufacturer(s) (name, dosage form)

(a) Name, address, and responsibility of each manufacturer, including contractors, and each proposed production site or facility involved in manufacturing and testing:

2.3.P.3.2 Batch Formula (name, dosage form)

(a) List of all components of the dosage form to be used in the manufacturing process, and their amounts on a per batch basis (including overages, if any):

Strength (label claim)    
Master Production Document
Reference Number and/or Version
   
Batch Size(s) (number of dosage units)    
Component and Quality Standard
(and Grade, if applicable)
Quantity per batch Quantity per batch
     
     
     
     

2.3.P.3.3 Description of Manufacturing Process and Process Controls (name, dosage form)

(a) Flow diagram of the manufacturing process:

(b) Narrative description of the manufacturing process, including equipment type and working capacity, process parameters:

2.3.P.3.4 Controls of Critical Steps and Intermediates (name, dosage form)

(a) Summary of controls performed at the critical steps of the manufacturing process and on isolated intermediates:

2.3.P.3.5 Process Validation and/or Evaluation (name, dosage form)

(a) Summary of process validation information, including any commitments, for the critical steps in the manufacturing process (e.g., protocol number, parameters):

Validation Protocol # /  Report # Description Status (Commitment / Completed) Filed with Submission Control No.
       

2.3.P.5 Control of Drug Product (name, dosage form)

2.3.P.5.1 Specification(s) (name, dosage form)

(a) Specification(s) for the drug product:

Standard Claimed (for example, House, USP, BP)
Specification Reference Number and/or Version  
Test Acceptance Criteria
(release and stability)
Analytical Procedure
(Type/Source/Version)
     
     
     
     

2.3.P.7 Container Closure System (name, dosage form)

(a) Description of the container closure systems, including unit count or fill size, container size or volume:

Strength Unit Count or Fill Size Container Size(s) Description
       

2.3.P.8 Stability (name, dosage form)

2.3.P.8.1 Stability Summary and Conclusions (name, dosage form)

(a) Proposed storage conditions and shelf life (and in-use storage conditions and in-use period, if applicable):

Container Closure System Storage Conditions (and In-use Storage Conditions, if applicable) Shelf Life (and In-use Period, if applicable)
     

2.3.P.8.2 Post-approval Stability Protocol and Stability Commitment (name, dosage form)

(a) Stability protocol for commitment batches:

Protocol Parameter Description
Storage conditions (including tolerances)  
Testing frequency  
Number of batches per strength and batch sizes  
Container closure system(s)  
Tests and acceptance criteria  
Other  

(b) Stability protocol for continuing (i.e., ongoing) batches:

Protocol Parameter Description
Storage conditions (including tolerances)  
Testing frequency  
Number of batches per strength and batch sizes  
Container closure system(s)  
Tests and acceptance criteria  
Other  

2.3.P.8.3 Stability Data (name, dosage form)

(a) Bracketing and matrixing design for commitment and/or continuing (i.e., ongoing) batches, if applicable: