Faculty: Carl Patterson
Objectionable microorganisms associated with a medical device or pharmaceutical product can cause a serious illness to a patient. By testing and identifying these mircoorganisms early in the manufacturing processes, controls can be put into place to prevent harm to the patients.
Objectionable microorganisms are considered, if discovered, harmful to the patients. By identifying and controlling these microorganisms, and putting the appropriate controls in place early in the pharmaceutical manufacturing or medical device manufacturing processes, problems in the patients can be prevented. This webinar will review the regulations pertaining to objectionable microorganisms, agency expectations, methods to identify objectionable microorganisms, interpreting results, and controls to put into place. By knowing, where, when, why and how objectionable microorganisms exist, harmful consequences to the patients can be prevented.
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