If you’re writing technical documentation, please use the same terminology and naming conventions throughout. If you’re calling it a “watchdog timeout alarm” in one place, please do not call it a “watchdog error” somewhere else. This is not creative writing, folks.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
Cleaning Validation: Detergent Removal
Hello good people of the world! Today’s blog post is about verification of detergent removal in cleaning validation. As we know, cleaning validation is concerned with leaving process equipment clean; that means not residual API, excipients, or detergents. One unique problem with detergents is that, while we typically know in detail the composition of APIs and excipients, detergent composition may be proprietary and not available to the end-user. Continue reading Cleaning Validation: Detergent Removal