GMP stands for "Good Manufacturing Practice." It is a set of guidelines that ensure that the products are manufactured according to the established quality standards and are safe for consumption or use. GMP is commonly used in the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries, but it can be applied to any industry where the manufacturing process has an impact on the quality and safety of the product.

Here are some examples of GMP guidelines and their applications:

  1. Pharmaceutical GMP - guidelines that ensure the quality and safety of pharmaceutical products.
  2. Food GMP - guidelines that ensure the quality and safety of food products.
  3. Cosmetics GMP - guidelines that ensure the quality and safety of cosmetic products.
  4. Medical Device GMP - guidelines that ensure the quality and safety of medical devices.
  5. API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) GMP - guidelines that ensure the quality and safety of the active pharmaceutical ingredients used in pharmaceutical products.

Similar things to GMP include:

  1. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) - a set of international standards that provide guidelines for quality management systems.
  2. HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) - a management system that identifies and prevents potential hazards in the food production process.
  3. cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) - guidelines for the manufacturing of drugs and medical devices.
  4. GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) - guidelines for laboratory testing to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and consistency of test results.
  5. GCP (Good Clinical Practice) - guidelines for the conduct of clinical trials to ensure the safety and efficacy of investigational products.


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