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2017 PDA EUROPE CONFERENCE, Berlin

Particles in Injectables

The Particles in Injectables conference provides you with a summary of information on the risks to human health associated with particulate matter. Particles can arise from many sources: foreign, intrinsic, or inherent to the product. Particulate matter, visible or subvisible, in sterile parenteral products is regarded a critical quality attribute, impacting patient safety. The KRINKO guideline 2017 (Germany) recommends the use of particle in-line filter for the treatment of intensive care patients.

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TIME TO RETHINK FILTRATION

New understandings in IV filtration relevant to patient care

The British Journal of Nursing published a summary of a symposium hosted at the World Congress of Vascular Association at Lisbon 2016

 

  • SIRS is reduced by in-line filtration in intensive care patients
  • How particles and endotoxins may affect patient health
  • How many nanoparticles enter a patient during infusion therapy?
  • Identification of micro- and macroparticles entering a body during infusion therapy
  • Particles in parenteral nutrition
  • Advanced IV filtration technology: prevention of bacterial transfer and intraluminal biofilm formation
  • Meeting the 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice 

 

 

 

Author

Topic

Mauro Pittiruti

Introduction: to filter or not to filter?

Michael Sasse

SIRS is reduced by in-line filtration in intensive care patients

Armin Braun

 

How particles and endotoxins may affect patient health

Cornelia Keck

 

How many nanoparticles enter a patient during infusion therapy?

Markus Lankers

 

Identification of micro- and macroparticles entering a body during infusion therapy

Pilar Gomis Muñoz

Particles in parenteral nutrition

Marcia Ryder

Advanced IV filtration technology: prevention of bacterial transfer and

intraluminal biofilm formation

Josie Stone

Meeting the 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice

Mauro Pittiruti

Conclusion: to filter or not to filter?

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