Articles by tag: contamination control strategies

Aseptic Processing: Creating Optimal Conditions for Clean Room Design

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Aseptic processing is a critical aspect of the pharmaceutical and life science industry, where maintaining sterile and controlled environments is of utmost importance. In our discussion today, we are joined by Matt Ferrin, CFO and COO of Benchmark Products, and Mike Kosinski, President of CEPro, Inc, as they delve into the key aspects of…

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Connecting Data to Improve Your Contamination Control Strategies

Contamination control is absolutely critical in the pharmaceutical industry and includes particulate, microbial, product carryover, chemical, and viral aspects of contamination and often involves proactive, reactive, and supporting aspects. However, regulations, liabilities, and patient health added to the mix create data silos that often form multiple processes and make it difficult to create efficient and…

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How Life Science Manufacturing Facilities Can Successfully Adapt To Change

In this podcast episode of “Exceeding Your Benchmark,” host Gabrielle is joined by Ashley Harp, Lead Process Engineer at CRB. They discuss the challenges manufacturing facilities like Life Science Companies are facing as they adapt to new technologies and advancements in manufacturing, specifically in the area of combining highly potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (HPAPIs) and…

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Particle Shedding in Clean Rooms: Laundered vs. Single Use – The Surprising Verdict

Particle Shedding in Clean Rooms: In an increasingly cleanliness-obsessed world, it’s becoming evident that choices regarding the materials we use have far-reaching impacts. This is particularly true in highly controlled environments like clean rooms, where the importance of minimizing particle shedding is paramount. The question arises as to whether reusable or single-use garments should…

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Restoring Puerto Rican History After Hurricane Maria
July 25, 2024

Polygon document recovery solutions were put to the test after Hurricane Maria in 2017. Puerto Rican history was at stake from damage to the Instituto de Cultura Peurtorriqueña building, causing leaks, humidity, and mold. Polygon’s document recovery center received nearly 2,000 boxes of documents from Puerto Rico in 2023. These valuable pieces of Puerto…

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Document Recovery Chamber: Inside Polygon’s Advanced Vacuum Freeze-Dry Process
July 25, 2024

Join Chris Chylack, District Manager at Polygon U.S., as he provides an insightful tour of their advanced vacuum freeze-dry process at the Allentown, Pennsylvania, Document Recovery Center. This state-of-the-art procedure begins by stabilizing water-damaged materials in blast freezers, preventing further degradation. The materials are then subjected to a sublimation process in a specialized chamber,…

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Managing Humidity in a NCAA Ice Rink
July 25, 2024

Indoor ice rinks, crucial for sports and recreation, often face challenges managing humidity, leading to condensation and fog. These issues arise from factors like spectator presence, inadequate ventilation, and temperature variations, impacting playability and revenue. A case study at a NCAA Division 1 rink in Massachusetts highlighted how failing air handlers jeopardized operations just…

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MedPAC’s Miss on Reality of Home Health Financial Reality Results in Suggested Cut in 2025 Proposed Rule
July 24, 2024

The March 2024 MedPAC report recommending a 7% payment reduction for home health agencies in 2025 has sparked significant concern within the industry. Why is this recommendation being met with such resistance, and what does the financial reality of home health agencies look like in contrast to these federal suggestions? Are the MedPAC recommendations…

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