Guide: Rapid microbial detection methods
Plate counting falls short in reducing the risk of contamination during pharmaceutical production. Learn more about rapid microbiological methods.
Limitations and delays associated with the plate count method challenge pharmaceutical manufacturers to rethink their microbial monitoring strategy to ensure process control and reduce contamination risk. While plate counts confirm water quality at the end of the incubation period, knowing that the process is under control using Rapid Microbiological Methods (RMM) allows pharmaceutical companies to avoid using at-risk water during production to meet a required turnaround time.
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