Process Challenge Devices
PCDs serve to provide biological monitors for terminal sterilization of single use devices processed in a manufacturing setting. These PCDs are not intended to monitor sterilization processes used in health care facilities.
A Process Challenge Device (PCD) is the surrogate of product used for microbiological monitoring of both, validation and routine sterilization cycles. It consists of a biological indicator within a specific configuration such as syringes, tubing, etc., that poses an increased resistance to represent a stringent challenge to the sterilization process.
NLI produces different configurations of PCDs designed with consideration to the various sterilization parameters. Their composition is based on different resistance levels to adapt to different cycle specifications.
- ISO 11135
- ISO 14161
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|PCD105||Sterilization: PCD - Preparation (Sponsor Supplied), each||Add|
|PCD110||Process challenge device for sterilization process monitoring - preparation & loading||Add|
|PCD701||Sterilization: PCD - Delivery to Local Contract Sterilizer||Add|
|PCD705||Sterilization: PCD - Minimum order charge (per set)||Add|
PCD105 - Sterilization: PCD - Preparation (Sponsor Supplied), each
PCD110 - Process challenge device for sterilization process monitoring - preparation & loading
PCD701 - Sterilization: PCD - Delivery to Local Contract Sterilizer
PCD705 - Sterilization: PCD - Minimum order charge (per set)