From GE Analytical Instruments
A leading pharmaceutical manufacturer with high
production demands faced cleaning validation challenges.
This company's mature, validated production facility
was expanding the amount of products they planned
to produce. This expansion was going to require the use
of non-dedicated equipment and different formulations.
But instead of validating multiple product or compound
specific methods for cleaning validation, the company
decided to utilize industry accepted, non-specific methods
that would provide a more accurate picture of the overall
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