Learn how to meet USP 797 viable and non-viable monitoring requirements with proven solutions.
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1. Start with this USP 797 overview paper
This paper, Viable and Non-Viable Environmental Monitoring to Meet USP 797, simplifies and explains USP 797, highlighting what you need to know to meet the regulations, whether you are a 503A or a 503B. It also includes information on the most recent USP 797 updates.
2. Talk to the Particle Measuring Systems USP 797 experts
Contact a USP 797 expert: Our PMS experts can answer your USP 797 questions quickly by email, phone, or chat. Let us know how we can help.
Watch the webinar: Understanding and Applying USP 797
Read the paper: Environmental Monitoring to meet USP 797
Read the paper: USP 797 Viable Non-Viable Monitoring Insights
3. Easy-to-use solutions to help you quickly meet USP 797 503 A/B
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Traditional Air Sampling vs. BioCapt® Single-Use
Most recent regulations are encouraging the use of continuous viable air monitoring in critical areas. The BioCapt Single-Use (BCSU) Cleanroom Microbial Monitor by Particle Measuring Systems (PMS) is an active sampling method that is superior to the use of settle plates and additionally creates validated and actionable data.
The BioCapt® Single-Use helps minimize microbial false positives in monitored clean areas by reducing contamination from the handling of agar settle plates; thereby, resulting in a decrease in investigations and an increase in productivity. Additionally, many costly and time-consuming sterilization steps, such as autoclaving, disinfecting, handling, and logistics are eliminated.