For aseptic processing include a sterile drug product or vaccine in a closed environment for the packaging of that drug and vaccine. Here at ApiJect, utilizing our BFS process. All of that occurs as part of the fill-finish process where the parason and container are molded all while filling the parason and with the sterile vaccine or drug that’s completely sealed off without any intervention from outside personnel or other machinery creating the closed system. Thereby again minimizing and eliminating any contamination.
Aseptic technique in manufacturing is utilizing practices and procedures to minimize any of the contamination from the outside such as what we use here at ApiJect. During the blow-fill-seal seal process the utilization of aseptic techniques can use a handful of different things.
For example, barriers that prevent the transfer of pathogens making sure that the equipment is sterile and clean environmental controls such as the class 5 clean room and contact guidelines by allowing no interventions during the fill-finish process either from outside individuals or from other contaminants.