Practical Aseptic Processing Fill and Finish, Volume 1 (single user digital version)

May 2017
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Aseptic Processing technology has changed with the use of Advanced Aseptic Processing techniques such as: Blow/fill/seal (BFS) isolators and Restricted Access Barrier Systems (RABS). By becoming informed of the current state of the art, product contamination can be greatly improved. Products are changing with the increasing dominance of biological and biotech products being produced and it is imperative that manufacturers keep pace with these changes that can save time and money, improve productivity and increase safety. We all need to stay on top of "what is current?" Jack Lysfjord, together with more than 30 global subject matter experts, contributes invaluable pragmatic knowledge to this pursuit.

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Table of Contents

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Volume 1
Preface by Irving J. Pflug, PhD
Introduction by Jack Lysfjord

Section 1: Current Global Influences on Aseptic Processing

  • Regulatory Background to Aseptic Processing by Richard Johnson and Gordon Farquharson
  • Development Requirements of Biopharmaceutical Parenteral Dosage Forms by John Bontempo, PhD
  • BioPharmaceutical Theraputics Dosage Forms Delivery Systems and Current Status of Extractables and Leachables In Respective Parenteral Dosage Forms by John Bontempo, PhD
  • Vaccines; Moving into the Future by John Finkbohner, PhD

    Section 2: Current Aseptic Processing Techniques

  • Container Preparation; Washing, Sterilization and Depyrogenation by Johannes Rauschnabel, PhD, Patrizia Dittmer, and Thomas Kosian, PhD
  • Vial Processing; Accumulating, Conveying, Filling and Stoppering the Most Common Parenteral Container by Alan Peterson
  • Checkweighing Fill Weight of Parenteral Product Is the Heart of Process Quality by Alan Peterson
  • Filling Methods As They Apply to Parenteral Product Quality and Biopharmaceutical Microdosing by Alan Peterson
  • Disposables - Single - Use Systems for Aseptic Processing and Filling Operations by Eric Isberg
  • Parenteral Non-Vial Container Formats; Ampoules, Syringes, Cartridges, Ophthalmics and IV Bags by Alan Peterson
  • Application and Insights for Lyophilization of Parenteral Products by Ed Trappler
  • Todays Integration of the Lyophilizer; Automated Loading and Unloading by Ernesto Renzi
  • Crimp Sealing Parenteral Vials by Roger P. Asselta, Lawrence (Larry) Pepper III and F. William (Bill) Bogle
  • Inspection of Parenteral Products in Vials, Ampoules, Syringes and Cartridges by Michel de la Montaigne, Pedro J. Mendez and Ryosaku Tagaya
  • New Inspection Techniques for Aseptic Processing by James Veale, PhD
  • Practical Things to Improve Aseptic Process Equipment System Operation , Reduce Interventions and Reduce Product Risk by Jack Lysfjord
  • Dealing with the Complexities of Control Systems and Systems Integration by Terrance G. Petro
  • About the Authors

    About the Editor

    Jack Lysfjord, PhD, is Principal Consultant for Lysfjord Consulting LLC. For over 26 years, Lysfjord has held a variety of management positions with Bosch Packaging Technology (formerly TL Systems Corporation) that produced aseptic processing equipment for producing injectable drugs. He is a member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), Parenteral Drug Association (PDA), American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), the American Glove Box Society (AGS), The Parenteral Society (UK), The Isolator Users Group (UK), R3 Nordic (Nordic Clean Room Processing Society) and Barrier Users Group Symposium (BUGS) of which he is Chairman. He is a frequent speaker and course leader on the topics of aseptic processing, RABS (Restricted Access Barrier Systems) and barrier isolator systems in the US, Europe and Asia and has been the author and co-author for numerous technical papers and articles. Lysfjord holds a B.S. in Mechanical/Industrial Engineering from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from the University of St Thomas.