FDA is still considering applicability of these policies to hospitals and healthcare systems, which it intends to address in yet another guidance document. FDA also issued a separate revised draft guidance document on repackaging of biological products, which will be the subject of a separate blog post. The Agency states, for example, that if tablets are removed from a blister pack and placed in a different container, then that would be considered repackaging.
The recommendations have been informally discussed by the FDA in various letters and other documents.
Beyond use dates are different from expiration dates. Expiration dates are required on commercially manufactured products and are determined after extensive study of the product's stability. Most expiration dates are given in years for commercial products. Beyond use dates are used for compounded preparations and are generally in days or months.
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