Cleaning Validation Equipment Grouping

Grouping equipment for cleaning validation is a common practice for reducing execution, resources, and production downtime.  Though regulatory [1] [2] and industry guidelines [3] support the practice and provide guidance, there is a clear requirement for scientific justification. Common industry practice is to either avoid grouping because of perceived risk or base the grouping only […]

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Grouping equipment for cleaning validation is a common practice for reducing execution, resources, and production downtime.  Though regulatory [1] [2] and industry guidelines [3] support the practice and provide guidance, there is a clear requirement for scientific justification. Common industry practice is to either avoid grouping because of perceived risk or base the grouping only […]
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