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A one-size-fits-all approach to monitoring practices and results is never appropriate, given the diversity of practice within the pharmaceutical industry.
Cleanroom monitoring and classification are vital to operations but are still separate functions. This article discusses the differences between the two concepts and emphasizes the need for the two to remain independent. As they write, “A one-size-fits-all approach to cleanroom monitoring will not reflect the diversity of practices” within the industry. In addition, they write, classification values should not be used as monitoring targets.
Read this article in Pharmaceutical Technology’s Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing 2019 eBook.
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When referring to this article, please cite it as J. Agalloco, R. Madsen, and J. Akers, “Distinguishing Between Cleanroom Classification and Monitoring," Pharmaceutical Technology Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing eBook (May 2019).