Guide to Microbiological Control in Pharmaceuticals
A handbook to the micro-organism as a contaminant and as a potential growth medium, focusing on the problems of microbiological control in pharmaceutical product design and manufacture. Topics include the relative susceptibilities of product types and ingredients and factory hygiene.
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spoilage and hazard
Microbial ecology of the production process
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acid aeruginosa airflow Anon antimicrobial antimicrobial activity aqueous areas aseptic aureus autoclave bacteria Baird batch benzalkonium chloride bioburden Bioindicators British Standard Bronopol cell Chapter chemical clean room coli compounds concentration cosmetic cream D-value Denyer dilution disinfection drug effect Enterobacteriaceae environment environmental equipment ethylene oxide exposure filtration fluids Gram-negative growth heat HEPA infection isolators lethal levels liquid load manufacturing membrane micro-organisms microbial microbial contamination microbial inactivation microbiological monitoring moulds non-sterile operation organisms packaging parabens parenteral particles Pharm pharmaceutical pharmaceutical products Pharmacopoeia plastic potential practice preservative agents preservative efficacy test preservative system procedures Pseudomonas Pseudomonas aeruginosa radiation raw materials regulatory resistance risk Salmonella samples sodium solutions Sorbic acid specific spoilage spores Staph steam sterilization sterile products sterility test sterilization sterilization cycle sterilization methods sterilization process surface surfactants survivor curve Table temperature tion United States Pharmacopeia validation viable Wallhaeusser