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Real-Time Release of Pharmaceutical Waters with On-Line Microbial Monitoring

Real-Time Release of Pharmaceutical Waters with On-Line Microbial Monitoring

Culture based lab measurements of microbes can create challenges – Microbial monitoring in purified water, ultrapure water, and water for injection have almost exclusively depended on this time consuming and error prone culture based lab measurement. On-line microbial monitoring is becoming more widely accepted in the pharmaceutical industry as a way to obtain faster results and avoid having to scrap production batches or even product recalls. Monitoring pharmaceutical waters closely for contaminants and testing for microbial contamination can be done in real time for better process control, decisions and interventions. Regulatory committees are emphasizing on line methods can be done in parallel with plate counting to ensure no waiting period. The technology to offer continuous monitoring of bioburden in pharmaceutical water systems is available – this white paper details how real time release of pharm waters with on-line microbial monitoring helps mitigate risks associated with contamination, offers better process control and highlights significant cost savings.

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