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Haemocompatibility

Haemocompatibility, also known as hemocompatibility, is a crucial aspect of biocompatibility testing for medical devices that come into contact with blood. It evaluates the interactions between the medical device and blood components to ensure that the device does not adversely affect blood or cause harmful reactions when used as intended.

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SVC announces Medistri as Top 5 PME in Suisse Romande

Medistri, a leading provider of sterilization and logistics solutions for the medical and pharmaceutical industries, is proud to announce that it has been recognized as one of the top five small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Suisse Romande by the prestigious Swiss Venture Club (SVC). This nomination is a testament to Medistri’s commitment to innovation, quality, and excellence in service.

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GC/MS Compliance

GC/MS Analysis (also called Gas Chromatography/ Mass Spectrometry) is an analytical process that utilises the capabilities of Mass Spectrometry and Gas Chromatography in order to determine the chemical compounds within a sample.

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Bacterial Endotoxins Validation

Bacterial Endotoxins Validation is a critical process in the pharmaceutical industry that ensures the safety and quality of products. Endotoxins from gram-negative bacteria are the most common cause of toxic reactions resulting from contamination of pharmaceutical products.

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Rotational Drop Test

Rotational Drop Test is crucial as it evaluates a package’s ability to withstand shocks during shipping. It aids in improving package design, reducing costs associated with damaged goods, ensuring compliance with industry standards, and preventing over-packaging and under-packaging. It’s a key part of ensuring product safety and integrity during transportation.

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GC/MS Residual Analysis

GC/MS Residual Analysis is crucial primarily for safety reasons. Residual solvents can be harmful or toxic. Even if they are not directly harmful, they can react with other substances in the product to form harmful compounds. Therefore, it’s essential to identify and quantify them to ensure the safety of the product.

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Contamination Control

Contamination Control is a critical aspect of quality assurance in various industries, particularly those related to healthcare. It encompasses a set of practices aimed at maintaining a clean and sterile environment to prevent the introduction, growth, or spread of contaminants.

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Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry

Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry, often referred to as ICP-MS, is a highly versatile analytical technique used for the detection and quantification of many elements. The technique uses an inductively coupled plasma to produce ions from a sample. These ions are then separated and detected by the mass spectrometer.

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Bioburden Validation

Bioburden, also known as microbial limit testing, is a quality control process that detects and quantifies microbial contamination of a product at different stages of production. It’s performed on pharmaceutical products and medical products for quality control purposes.

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Low-Pressure Test

Low-Pressure Test is conducted to identify potential challenges and stresses that the packaging and the products it contains could be exposed to during air transportation. This test is particularly important for products and packages that could be sensitive to a low-pressure environment.