The shelf life of a vaccine, according to WHO recommendations, is the amount of time that the vaccine, if stored correctly, is predicted to meet the specifications, as determined by stability studies on multiple batches of the product. Each batch’s expiration date is determined using the shelf life. A vaccine’s shelf life refers to how long it retains its potency and stability, as well as its effectiveness, at a specific storage temperature.
- What is Stability of a Vaccine
- Objectives of Stability Studies
- What is the Shelf Life of a vaccine
- How is it calculated
- Extension of Date of Expiry