What Is A Sterilization Autoclave?
A sterilization autoclave is a pressure vessel that can be used for the thermal sterilization of pharmaceutical products. While the general definition remains the same across different types, certain classes of autoclave are more suitable for certain tasks.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Risk Analysis For Aseptic Processing: The Akers-Agalloco Method
Aseptic processing in pharmaceuticals is not without its complications, particularly as they relate to reducing patient risk. This white paper discusses an easy-to-use aseptic processing method that is based on real-world risk factors instead of theoretical concepts while emphasizing the impact of a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s personnel.
Key Factors In The Removal Of Bacterial Endotoxins And A Cleaning Strategy
This article discusses the removal of bacterial endotoxins in a washing process and the need for a continuous monitoring activity according to common cleaning validation practices. Results of washing tests performed with different load materials following an effective cleaning strategy to remove microbiological soil are presented. In addition, this paper compares two different online assay methods: conductivity analysis and Total Organic Carbon analysis.
Installation Of A Purified Water System For The Production Of Protein Plasma Manufacturing
The Central Fractionation Unit of the Belgian Red Cross (C.A.F.-D.C.F.) headquartered in Brussels supplies the domestic market with plasma proteins and acts as a contract manufacturer.