1. Start with this USP 788 overview paper
This paper discusses the requirements laid out by US (USP), European (EP), and Japanese (JP) Pharmacopoeia standards and includes the most recent USP 788 (USP 42 2018), EP 5.1, and JP 17 release information. These standards demand that injectable solutions are effectively monitored for microcontamination, specifically non-soluble particulates.
2. Watch this On-Demand webinar for an overview of the requirements and a solution
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3.Get an effective and reliable USP 788 solution
The APSS-2000 Liquid Particle Counter meets USP 788; sizes & counts suspended particles in a wide range of liquids, including parenterals.
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