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Articles by James E. Akers

James E. Akers

James E. Akers is the president of Akers Kennedy & Associates, PO Box 22562, Kansas City, MO 64113,

Diagnosing Facility Mold Infection
September 17, 2014

Understanding how to identify, remediate, and prevent facility infection is crucial for product quality.

Overcoming Limitations of Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide
September 2, 2013

Vaporous hydrogen peroxide, used for sterilization and decontamination, is highly potent but presents implementation challenges.

A More Rational Approach for Sterile Product Manufacturing
May 1, 2012

The authors assert that the current gulf between aseptic processing and terminal sterilization can be bridged by re-examining fundamental regulatory philosophies for sterile-product manufacturing.

Regulation of Aseptic Processing in the 21st Century
May 1, 2011

The authors question certain aspects of the industry's current regulatory-compliance strategy and suggest that aseptic-process control and evaluation should be revised.

Revisiting Interventions in Aseptic Processing
April 2, 2011

The authors revisit their previous effort to refine the terms that describe interventions and to dispel confusion that arose after the original article was published.

A Commendable Cleanroom Compendium
August 2, 2010

The updated edition of William Whyte's book provides information for novices and seasoned professionals alike.

The Myth Called "Sterility"
March 1, 2010

The authors propose a process-centric approach for carrying out aseptic-processing and suggest further dialogue. This articles contains bonus online-exclusive material.

The Impact of Automation on Aseptic Processing
May 1, 2009

The authors review the role of automation in aseptic processing and describe their experience in implementing advanced technologies, including the use of isolators and robotics.

The Application of Robotics to Aseptic Environmental Surface Monitoring
August 2, 2007

This article presents a study of an aseptic environmental monitoring system for surface contamination at critical areas using a robot.


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