Secure sterile transfer in pharmaceutical production

January 14, 2019

Sterile transfer of components and other materials between sterile and non-sterile areas has always been a major concern in the pharmaceutical production industry. Previously, injectables and other medicinal products were produced in conventional clean rooms with insufficient protective barrier systems and several manual interventions by operators. The risk of contamination was high.

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