Report Compares Compendial and Rapid Methods for Monitoring Water Quality
A recent article by Dr Eric Bagur from Bristol-Myers Squibb in France entitled 'Concurrent Evaluation of both Compendial and Rapid Methods (ATP Bioluminescence) for Monitoring Water Quality in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing' published in European Pharmaceutical Review covers both situations. The Pallchek™ Rapid Microbiology System was used to monitor production quality of functionally sterile water (e.g. WFI) and for PW. The author provides testing procedures with examples of how data obtained can be interpreted and used for quality assurance and control.
The simple, clear guidance provided in this paper can quickly and easily be applied to most water systems.
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Posted on June 3, 2009