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Strategies for Setting Rational MAC-Based Limits Part II–Application to Rinse Samples | IVT

In this series we describe strategies for setting rational MAC-based limits for multiproduct equipment. The limits are used to justify more reasonable acceptance criteria for cleaning validation. This results in shorter cycles and higher success rates for cleaning operations.  It also facilitates the utilization of simpler and more cost-effective non-specific assays, such as total organic carbon and conductivity. Part I of this series applied this approach to samples for surface analysis. Part II deals with the application of this approach to rinse samples. Download "Strategies for Setting...

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