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Strategy for the adoption of single-use technology

22 March 2018 | By

Recent technological advances are enabling manufacturers to move away from equipment that must be sterilised or consumables that are recycled or pose a risk with their transfer into cleanrooms, towards the adoption of disposable and single-use sterile items. This article considers the advantages of implementing single-use technology and outlines a…

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The people factor: investigating the gown

1 August 2017 | By

An effective environmental monitoring programme is designed to estimate the microbial content of the room’s air and surfaces (by incident rate, against alert and action levels, and by assessment of different species) for operations performed within a cleanroom or controlled environment.

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Environmental Monitoring In-Depth Focus 2016

24 August 2016 | By European Pharmaceutical Review

In this Environmental Monitoring In-Depth Focus: Bacterial endotoxin contamination and testing limits in ophthalmics; The basics of environmental monitoring in aseptic units; Environmental Monitoring Roundtable...

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Real-time biological particle counting in environmental monitoring

20 April 2015 | By

The methods for monitoring air in cleanroom environments: viable counting techniques (settle plates and biological air samplers) and particle counters, are long established technologies and have been widely used in pharmaceutical manufacturing environments for decades. Although innovations have taken place with both particle counters and biological air samplers, primarily in…