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Fundamental Principles of Isolator Decontamination by James R. Rickloff, M.S., Principal Scientist 28-Mar-01
The industry consensus on decontamination at the present time is to eliminate detectible levels of microorganisms on non-product contact surfaces within the isolator environment. This can be accomplished by treating a pre-cleaned and properly designed isolator with a sporicidal agent in a quantifiable and reproducible manner with contact points kept to a minimum during the decontamination cycle.
Isolator Sterilants: Common Issues and Differences (Presentation) by James R. Rickloff, MS Oct. 16-17, 2000
This presentation discussed the similarities and differences of the current chemical germicides used for isolator decontamination in the pharmaceutical industry with emphasis placed on validation issues and safety considerations.

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