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Posted 14 December 2020 - 09:40 PM

Any tips on how to create pathogen procedure- My QA manager ask me to create procedure pathogen but I not really sure how to start. Please help me to by giving me tips.


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Posted 15 December 2020 - 02:07 AM

any tips on how to create pathogen procedure- My QA manager ask me to create procedure pathogen but I not really sure how to start.

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Hi, John, 

 

Can you please specify on your inquiry? Is it for the environmental monitoring program, raw material or finished product verification? 

 

Jason. 



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Posted 15 December 2020 - 03:20 AM

any tips on how to create pathogen procedure- My QA manager ask me to create procedure pathogen but I not really sure how to start.

please help me to by giving me tips.

 

I assume you mean a microbiological procedure to evaluate a specific pathogen ?????

 

The chosen procedure may have to align with Regulatory factors, eg related to product/process/destination for consumption. These are unknown ??

 

Just as one general example, many bacteriologists utilise BAM, eg -

 

https://www.fda.gov/...ical-manual-bam


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Posted 15 December 2020 - 04:02 AM

its about laboratory procedure to prevent products contamination from pathogen if not handle proper- finish products.

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Posted 15 December 2020 - 04:28 AM

its about laboratory procedure to prevent products contamination from pathogen if not handle proper- finish products.

john

 

I assume you mean in the context of an internal micro. laboratory.

 

This is a very wide topic.

 

It particularly relates to the Risk Classification of Pathogen(s) involved.

 

If you have an appropriate technical background, I suggest you study a standard text like Microbiological Methods by Collins.

 

One immediate requirement is a fully segregated laboratory with respect to Production, etc areas.


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Posted 15 December 2020 - 09:28 PM

hi All

my appology for not clearly state the topic I posted,

my enquiry is the method how to handle samples aseptically to avoid contaminating the samples and method how to dispose the samples at micro laboratory.

thank

john



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Posted 16 December 2020 - 07:39 AM

hi All

my appology for not clearly state the topic I posted,

my enquiry is the method how to handle samples aseptically to avoid contaminating the samples and method how to dispose the samples at micro laboratory.

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john

 

Hi John,

 

May I enquire if you are a microbiologist since, afaik, yr queries are sort of basic training for such.

 

No offence intended but If otherwise, I recommend (a) you hire a qualified microbiologist (b) consult the book in Post 5 or similar texts..

 

Just for example, 2 typical methods of disposal are either via chemicals or autoclave, details are in above referenced book or similar standard microbiology texts.


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Charles.C





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