Sunday, 29 March 2015

Pharmaceutical Cleaning Strategies

Cleaning is an essential practice for any pharmaceutical activity: it is impossible to manufacture drugs in dirty conditions, even if dirt is not evident. Many aspects need to be considered in setting up a cleaning procedure. This is certainly a multidisciplinary issue that involves various company areas: from “Regulations” to Engineering, from Quality Control lab to Production department. Contributions of all these areas together can lead to a robust and reproducible cleaning process.

M.L. Bernuzzi has written a review of cleaning strategies for pharmaceuticals. The article has been published on Pharmaceutical Online and it can be accessed here.

Posted by Tim Sandle