Temperature Monitoring Comparisons For The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
Over the last several months I have written a couple of articles focused on the pharmaceutical time and temperature supply chain. While some may have found the opinions to be a bit strong as they related to the lack of proper training within the industry, I believe I received more “behind the scenes” agreement than not. The fact of the matter is, any of us involved in this important supply chain must understand not only the regulations that touch our individual businesses, but we must also understand the product which we have been given responsibility to manage and ensure patient safety! By Jeff Clark, 7P™ Solutions
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
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.
Fluid Bed System Triples Batch Sizes for Laboratorios Normon while Reducing Costs
With the aim of reducing costs, Normon planned to significantly increase its batch sizes for certain products. The manufacturer needed to pay close attention to the high quality and safety standards and economic aspects, as well as flexible production sizes and times.