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QUESTION: Dear Dr Anisfeld

We have a manufacturing line for production of Human parenteral solution ( ampoules and vials ) , we have a customer who need to produce some paranterals for veterinary use e.g. analgin , doxacycline  
according to my Knowledge it is prohibited by FDA and European guidelines but during negotiation , I could not find any guideline that mention any thing like this
can you help me please

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ANSWER: I'd like to answer you, but I do not understand your question.
What exactly do you believe is prohibited by FDA and EMA?

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QUESTION: Dear Dr Anisfeld

is it allowed to produce Veterinary parenteral products in the same line that produce Human products?
Did any Guideline refer to this issue

Best Regards

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Absolutely this is permitted (except for the manufacture of pesticides).
US GMPs 21CFR211 atarts:

</i>Sec. 211.1 Scope.  
(a) The regulations in this part contain the minimum current good manufacturing practice for preparation of drug products (excluding positron emission tomography drugs) for administration to humans or animals.</I>

The title of the EU GMPs states that it is for Human and Veterinary Medicines.

I hope this helps.  

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