ArticlesUpgradation of Microlit E-Burette Software Microlit December 18, 2020 4 Comments 4 minutes read The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) in the year 1997. The FDA 21 CFR Part 11 lays special focus on regulating the use of electronic records and electronic signatures. This regulation is of importance to pharmaceutical, healthcare, and other biological & drug manufacturers. These clear and concise regulations were brought into action with the advancement of technology and when many companies shifted to digital record keeping.Though digital record keeping is cost and time effective, it has its own drawbacks with respect to validity, authenticity, and reliability. To address these issues, the FDA brought into action FDA 21 CFR Part 11. The regulation has three specific goals:1. The authenticity of the validity of electronic records2. Confirming the authenticity of electronic records and signatures3. Validating the reliability of electronic records and signaturesForging the Microlit Values in InstrumentsMicrolit has always stressed on maintaining validity, reliability, and authenticity of the studies carried out with the help of its instruments. To remain aligned to its values the new robust software of Microlit is compliant with FDA 21 CFR Part 11. The users are able to create titration experiments (electronic records) and the readings (titre values) can be transferred from the E-Burette to the software. Based on the user inputs and the readings, the software computes the molarity of the analyte. The data being stored here is important and its integrity is protected by following the regulations laid down by the FDA.Benefits of Implementing FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Regulations in Microlit E-Burette SoftwareSystem ValidationUnder Part 11, it is a prerequisite that the electronic instrument is validated to maintain the accuracy, reliability and consistency of data. The regulation clearly defines all elements and their functions and that the system owner has to maintain all documentation for validation.Audit TrailsFor future reference and well-documented record keeping, the date and time of information and any modifications is closely tracked & secured.Record GenerationAll the records stored in the system are accurate and can easily be pulled up by following the requirement of indexing all records and providing a search facility to show the access history along with the digital signatures.Security ChecksA person can access the records only through login ID, password and digital signature. The number of people who can access and modify the records are authorized in advance. This digital footprint allows all the activities to be tracked and ensure the integrity of the data. Operational ChecksTo ensure that the system functions are in proper sequence, operational checks are performed regularly. There is a proper workflow defined which mentions that data entry comes prior to its review, all quality checks are in place and documents are evaluated by the assigned individuals before approval.TrainingIt is crucial for the electronic data system users to undergo proper training for their tasks to ensure that the processes are carried out effectively. These training sessions are to be documented. The Microlit E-Burette is a state-of-the-art motor-operated Burette with sophisticated features and functionality. The features of the E-Burette like Motor Controlled Piston Movement, a touch screen enabled Control Panel with an intuitive graphical user interface and 3 calibrated pre-set speed to perform highly accurate titrations, make the operation of the instrument smooth.The Microlit E-Burette can now be purchased with computer software, compliant with FDA 21 CFR Part 11, at an additional cost, to keep the data secure and control user access. Hence, moving forward, Microlit E-Burette can be used by major pharmaceutical companies as their sensitive data will be in secure servers.To know more about Microlit E-Burette and the new FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant software drop in a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.