Application Note: In Process Monitoring of Headspace Oxygen
The need to monitor headspace oxygen levels in parenteral containers arises from the requirement to ensure the stability and potency of oxygen-sensitive product. Therefore, headspace oxygen levels are often monitored during the filling process as an in-process control (IPC) of the purging system used to bring headspace oxygen levels below the required specification.
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