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How the supposed microbial control or monitoring approach SHOULD be handled.

That water systems are critical to the pharmaceutical industry is a given. This fact makes it absolutely imperative for pharmaceutical companies to get a grasp of the techniques needed for getting these systems right. Product recall, costly downtime and many other related negatives are some of the consequences of not getting these matters right.

Among the primary causes, on account of which pharmaceutical companies get their water systems wrong, is the number of water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths that dominate the industry. Pharmaceutical water systems experts are often in awe of the level to which myths have permeated the industry, to the extent that most water systems today have been designed and are operated and controlled using at least some traditional concepts and methods that are simply completely wrong. They are often bemused at how traditions that could be so totally wrong are so strongly rooted, misguiding practitioners in the industry.

Understand water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths and know how to defeat them

Busting these often dangerous water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths is the core of a webinar on pharmaceutical water systems that is being organized by Compliance4All, a highly popular provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance.

At this webinar, the world-renowned expert on pharmaceutical systems, Dr. Teri C. Soli, will be the speaker. Dr. Soli, who is Principal Consultant at Soli Pharma Solutions, will take participants through all the myths that have been prevalent in the water systems industry for so long.

In order to understand the nature of water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths and subsequently get your pharmaceutical water systems right, just register for this webinar by visiting

http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501243L...

Destroying water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths one by one

As a first step to shattering water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths, Dr. Soli will zoom in on the many reasons that have resulted in the perpetuation of these myths. But whatever the cause, one needs to be aware of the myths and understand how to do away with these.

He will lay threadbare each of the common water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths that are doing the rounds in the pharmaceutical water systems industry. He will be discussing the water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths that are related to microbial control approaches as well as microbial monitoring.

He will take up each myth, trace and explain its origin, and then put how the supposed microbial control or monitoring approach should be handled into true context, rather than how it is being handled.

In this session on water system biofilm control and microbial monitoring myths, Dr. Soli will cover the following areas:

  • Why water myths develop
  • Impact of c-GMPs
  • Well-meaning but misguided precedents
  • Scientifically unchallenged traditions and benchmarking
  • Rule-hungry culture
  • Water System Microbial Control Myths
  • WFI from RO
  • Turbulent Flow and Flow Rate
  • Dead Leg Rules
  • Smooth Surfaces
  • In-Line Sterilizing Filters
  • Ozone
  • Microbial Enumeration Myths
  • Referee Methods
  • Thermophiles in Hot Systems
  • R2A, 35°C, 5 days
  • Test Filter Membrane Rating
  • Compendial Action Levels
  • TOC and Endotoxin as Microbial Count Correlates.

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