Application of hyperspectral imaging technique to determine the quality of Photo and Thermal exposed and contaminated pharmaceutical formulations: A cost effective way of quality testing
Source of Publication
2020 IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Science and Data Engineering, CSDE 2020
Hyperspectral imaging is one of the recent technologies in the field of quality testing of pharmaceutical products. The present study describes the spectral behavior of two Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) at photo and thermal stressed conditions and the contamination on the surface. We aim to study how the hyperspectral technique can measure the physical and chemical changes of pharmaceutical ingredients at stressed conditions. Multispectral and hyperspectral cameras were used for qualitative data collection of thousands of spectra. Results were compared with traditional UV and XRD methods. Implementation of such non-destroying, non-polluting, eco-friendly and fast technology will be useful in the pharmaceutical manufacturing, packing and reaction monitoring. Hyperspectral technology will be useful in the future space explorations for a better understanding of drug stability, safety, and effectiveness in space.
Computer Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
quality testing, Hyperspectral imagine, Pharmaceutical, Photo exposed, Thermal exposed
Howari, Fares M.; Xavier, Cijo; Sharma, Manish; Nazzal, Yousef; Ben Salem, Imen; and Alaydaroos, Fatima, "Application of hyperspectral imaging technique to determine the quality of Photo and Thermal exposed and contaminated pharmaceutical formulations: A cost effective way of quality testing" (2020). All Works. 4226.
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