Controle e monitoramento microbiológico em salas limpas de processamento asséptico


218_Microbial-Control-and-Monitoring-in-Aseptic-Processing-Cleanrooms.jpgEnvironmental Monitoring (EM), particularly in Pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities where the risk of microbial contamination is controlled through aseptic processing, comprises both physical and microbiological test methods. It is a common assumption that if fewer total particulates are present in a cleanroom, it is less likely that airborne microorganisms will be present. This is true only if human operators are the main source of particulate matter in the air. However, it is not possible to clearly distinguish between background total particulate contamination generated largely by mechanical operations and the total particulates contributed by personnel. Thus, it is routine for cleanroom environmental monitoring programs to consist of both a total particle counting component and a microbial monitoring component.

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