Pharmaceutical cleanrooms are specialized environments used in the production of medications to ensure strict quality control and prevent contamination. These cleanrooms are designed to maintain extremely low levels of airborne particles, such as dust, microbes, and other potential contaminants. Cleanroom monitoring plays a crucial role in maintaining the cleanliness and safety of these environments. It involves the use of advanced technologies, such as particle counters, microbial air samplers, and environmental monitoring systems, to continuously monitor the air quality, temperature, humidity, and pressure inside the cleanrooms. This real-time monitoring allows for prompt detection of any deviations from the established standards, enabling immediate corrective actions to maintain the integrity of the pharmaceutical production process. Overall, pharmaceutical cleanrooms and cleanroom monitoring are essential tools in ensuring the quality and safety of medications manufactured in the pharmaceutical industry.