Over the past decade, aseptic filling isolators have improved patient safety by use of barriers to isolate the point of filling from personnel. This industry-wide movement creates opportunities to further increase patient safety by minimizing viable and nonviable risks to the aseptic fill.
Like most things, improvement happens naturally over time with the application of knowledge and the advancement of technology. This is particularly true for aseptic cleanrooms and even more so with respect to strip curtains. As cleanroom technology has evolved, we’ve developed a better understanding of how to—and how not to—maintain an aseptic environment.
To ensure the quality of pharmaceutical raw materials and products, it is very important to monitor specific factors throughout the supply chain. In cold chains, temperature is closely controlled and monitored.
In the past 5 years, the biopharmaceutical industry has seen unprecedented change. Precipitated by the need to support a global client base with products that are more targeted, efficacious and cost-effective, the challenge to have a robust manufacturing supply chain is more crucial than ever to a company’s survival.