This booklet was excerpted from
Environmental Monitoring: A Comprehensive Handbook, Volume 2, edited by Jeanne
Environmental Impact on Media Fills
A two-week, hands-on Aseptic Processing Course has been offered annually since
1999 by PDA at their Training and Research Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.
During the course, various curricula are provided where students perform specific
tasks required in an aseptic pharmaceutical manufacturing environment, including
the performance of process simulations or media fills with Tryptic Soy Broth
(TSB) each week of the course.
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Table of Contents
Course History - The Genesis
History - The Evolution
Materials and Methods
Discussion - Media Fills
Discussion - The Experimental
Discussion - What the Data Does Not Demonstrate
About the Author
Lindsay is President and Senior Consultant at Aseptic Solutions,
Inc. He has a Masters Degree in microbiology from Kansas University Medical
School. John is a Registered Specialist Microbiologist by the American College
of Microbiologists. A former Chair of the National Registry of Microbiologists,
John has 27 years of experience in Industry in roles of Quality Control (Labs),
Quality Assurance, and Manufacturing. He has been a consultant to the
pharmaceutical industry for the past six years, specializing in aseptic
processing, environmental control, sterility assurance and training. For the
past four years, John has coordinated and led the PDA`s two-week Aseptic
Processing course at the PDA Training and Research Institute in Baltimore. He is
the recipient of the PDA Award for Excellence in Education for 2000. John is the
author or co-author of numerous articles and book