Control of Particulate Matter Contamination in Healthcare Manufacturing

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 31, 1999 - Business & Economics - 574 pages
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This book offers practical applications addressing the specifics of contamination, including particle origination, characterization, identification, and elimination, with a special focus on quality considerations. Written by an industry expert, this material offers a clear and concise understanding of particle populations and their control in stability, efficacy, and predictability in the manufacture of healthcare products. Complete with a full-color insert of micrographs illustrating commonly encountered particulate matter and over eighty figures, tables, and charts.

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