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by David M. Carlberg
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    David M. Carlberg
  • ISBN:
    0935184732
  • ISBN13:
    978-0935184730
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (April 30, 1995)
  • Pages:
    172 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Provides an easy to use introduction to the basic vocabulary of microbiology

Provides an easy to use introduction to the basic vocabulary of microbiology. Includes coverage of facilities and personnel control methods. Describes the common types of microorganisms encountered in the cleanroom, their roles in human activities, and the techniques used to study them. Explains the rationales behind many of the regulations and operational procedures associated with biocleanrooms.

It explains the consequences of microbiological contamination, what contamination is all about, how microorganisms grow, and how they can be controlled. The author introduces the vocabulary of microbiology and the types, sources, control, and elimination of organisms encountered in the manufacture of sterile products.

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Cleanroom Microbiology for the Non-Microbiologist. The book also introduces the types, sources, control, and elimination of organisms encountered in the manufacture of sterile products as well as the applications for bacterial detection, avoidance of contamination, and cleanroom design considerations.

Microbiology is the branch of biology that deals with the smallest living things, microorganisms. These organisms include bacteria, algae, fungi, and protozoa. Viruses, while not living organisms in a strict sense, are also included in the study of microorganisms, as are subviral infectious particles such as viroids and prions.

XVI. B. Electron Microscopy VIII. Cleanroom Garments A. Correct Gowning Procedures B. Sterile Gowning XI. Personnel Practices and Training XII.

Written for the professional who has an immediate need for the information but has little or no training in the subject, Cleanroom Microbiology for the Non-Microbiologist introduces principles of microbiology. It explains the consequences of microbiological contamination, what contamination is all about, how microorganisms grow, and how they can be controlled. The book introduces the vocabulary of microbiology and the types, sources, control, and elimination of organisms encountered in the manufacture of sterile products. Beginning with a discussion of the various types of organisms, the text then covers applications for bacterial detection, avoidance of contamination, cleanroom design considerations, and validation of disinfection methods.This book is especially relevant for supervisors and managers who need a sound understanding of contamination control and is particularly effective for use in training. It also is an excellent resource for validation engineers, quality assurance and non-microbiologist quality-control staff, maintenance personnel, and process development staff.