Month: November 2018

Cleanrooms and Space Constraints

  In the cleanroom world, the space that you are willing to allocate to your clean operations is what you will have for the next couple of years. Making the right decision is hard, costly and requires a lot of thinking before committing to any solution. What we think is the best starting point is …

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Submit your Last Comments to USP 797 Revisions

  Next Friday, November 30th, The USP 797 closes for public commenting. There is still plenty of time for more comments to be made. All comments should be submitted via the <797> web page, no later than November 30, 2018. A lot of questions and points were made during the open mic session on the USP …

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Complications Related to TPN and How to Prevent Them

  There are many complications related to the administration of TPN. Total parenteral nutrition (TPN), also known as parenteral nutrition (PN) is a form of nutritional support given completely via the bloodstream, intravenously with an IV pump. Catheter-related bloodstream infection (CR-BSI), also known as sepsis are the most common complications that are associated with the administration …

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Mandatory Steps for Effective Cleanroom Design

  Many manufacturing processes need the very stringent environmental conditions that can only be provided by a cleanroom. Because of the complex mechanical systems and high construction, operating, and energy costs that are associated with cleanrooms, it is important to perform the cleanroom design in a methodical way. When designing and building your cleanroom it …

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