Storage Conditions of Pharmaceutical Products

STORAGE CONDITIONS, PHARMACEUTICAL, PRODUCT, USP, IP, Cold, Cool, Room Temp, Freezer, Warm

Official storage conditions of Pharmaceutical product as per defined by the USP & IP

Storage ConditionUSPConditionIP
Coldtemperature not exceeding 8°C and refrigerator is a cold place where the temperature is maintained between 2 and 8°C.COLDAny temperature not exceeding 8°C & usually between 2 and 8°C.
Controlled Cold Temperaturetemperature maintainedthermostatically between 2° and 8°C.  
Coolany temperature between 8 and 15°CCOOLany temperature between 8 and 25°C
Room Temperature (RT)temperature prevailing in a working areaROOM TEMPERATURE temperature prevailing in a working area
Controlled Room Temperaturetemperature maintainedthermostatically between 20 and 25°C.  
Warmany temperature between 30 and 40°CWARMany temperature between 30 and 40°C
Excessive Heatany heat above 40°C  
Freezer–25°C and –10°C. (Prepared by ThePharmapedia.com)FREEZER-2° to -18° C
Protect from Freezingin addition to the riskof breakage of the container, freezing subjects an article to loss of a product to a loss of strength, potency or to destructive alteration its characteristics, the container label should bear appropriate instructions to protect the product from freezingDEEP FREEZERBelow -18°C
Dry Placedenotes a place that does not exceed 40% average relative humidity (RH) at Controlled Room TemperatureDRY PLACEwell-ventilated place at a temperature not exceeding 30°
Storage condition as per IP & USP for Pharmaceutical Product

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