Definitions for "Good Manufacturing Practice"
A set of principles and procedures that, when followed by manufacturers of drugs and other therapeutics, helps ensure that the products manufactured will be of the required quality. GMP is based on the premise that quality cannot be tested into a batch but must be built into each batch of product during all stages of manufacturing. See also current Good Manufacturing Practice.
A quality assurance system for the manufacture of therapeutic goods based on best international practice.
a recommendation for "Good Manufacturing Practice", first issued in by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1968, that ensures that the products are manufactured and tested invariably in compliance with the prescribed quality standards