Pharma and Nutra Labs: Addressing Elemental Analysis Bottlenecks in Samples



Webinar Date/Time: Thu, Apr 4, 2024 11:00 AM EDT

Looking for ways to improve your elemental analysis in areas such as lab throughput, TAT, data quality, labor, costs, and safety? This webinar uses a ‘total workflow’ approach to sample preparation that promises to help you optimize your operations and offers practical advice for preventing workflow disruptions that affect your lab’s performance.

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Event Overview:

In 2018, the implementation of USP chapters <232>, <233>, and <2232> marked a significant milestone in elemental analysis for labs analyzing pharmaceutical and nutraceutical materials. Over the years, positive outcomes have been observed, but the journey has also uncovered bottlenecks hindering labs from reaching their full potential in terms of efficiency, cost-effectiveness, safety, and productivity.

This webcast will present a more efficient approach to address digestion challenges, covering aspects such as running mixed samples, avoiding sample reprocessing, and ensuring interference-free solutions for analysis. Additionally, it will delve into how the Total Sample Prep Workflow approach tackles obstacles on the path from sample to analysis. Topics include reducing operator time, automating reagent addition, optimizing the cleaning step, and more.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how the Total Sample Preparation Workflow approach addresses bottlenecks on the journey from sample to analysis.
  • See why selecting the right sample digestion technology is critical to meeting your lab’s data quality and turnaround time objectives. Discover ways to implement automation tools to reduce operator time and analysis costs while enhancing lab efficiency.
  • Understand strategies to secure safe operator conditions and minimize exposure to reagents, for a safer working environment.

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone performing or overseeing elemental analysis
  • Lab Directors
  • Lab Managers/Supervisors
  • Researchers
  • Chemists/Analysts
  • Technicians/Research Assistants
  • QA/QC Managers


Eric Farrell
Product Specialist
Milestone, Inc.

Eric Farrell is the Product Specialist for the Digestion and Clean Chemistry lines at Milestone Inc. Eric obtained his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Union College, with a focus in inorganic chemistry. Prior to joining Milestone, he worked in the particle characterization field as a Laboratory Manager and in domestic and international sales, where he supported sales and applications across all product lines. 

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