TGA presentation given at the PDA Australia Chapter seminar, 18 September 2012
18 September 2012
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- Presentation by: Karen Longstaff, Principal Microbiologist, Office of Laboratories and Scientific Services, TGA
- Presented at: PDA Australia Chapter, Ethylene Oxide and Gamma sterilisation: Trials and Tribulations seminar, 18 September 2012, Melbourne
- Summary of presentation: The presentation addressed the current direction of international standards for the development, validation and routine control of Ethylene oxide and radiation sterilization processes for health care products. It also highlighted common microbiological performance qualification omissions in applications for products sterilized by ethylene oxide or radiation.
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