Achieving Sterility in Medical and Pharmaceutical Products

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Taylor & Francis, May 10, 1994 - Medical - 296 pages
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Detailing the scientific principles underlying the achievement of sterility, this unique reference examines both a broad spectrum of practical, commonly used sterilization procedures and the methods available to confirm sterility-assessing the strengths and limitations of each technology.
Delineates current regulatory requirements for sterility-emphasizing the importance of aseptic processes in the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical industry!
Achieving Sterility in Medical and Pharmaceutical Products discusses sterilization approaches that utilize
  • saturated steam
  • dry heat
  • ethylene oxide
  • gamma radiation
  • sterile filtration
  • and more!
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    Strong introductory text to sterility assurance for pharmaceuticals.

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