The highlights of this presentation by a leading FDA-CDER authority on aseptic processing isolator systems include basic design and validation approaches as well as feedback by FDA inspectors on various isolator applications during pre-approval inspections.
This section discussed the environmental qualification data and established action/alert limits for a vaccine filling system housed within an isolator. A comparison is made to conventional clean room monitoring techniques and limits.
This workshop thoroughly reviewed the overall design process and equipment qualification methodology for isolator systems utilizing gaseous decontamination methods. Key learning objectives included determining your capacity requirements, developing a validation master plan, facility classification requirements, and qualifying your isolators and related process equipment.
This session discusses approaches to environment monitoring in isolator systems, including comparisons to conventional cleanroom aseptic process monitoring, measurement methods, alert and action limits, regulatory expectations, and related validation requirements.