Dear forum members
After performing a microbiological recovery study for the rinsing and
swabbing cleaning validation methods do we have to use the recovery rate
result of the study in the routine c.v. calculations?
For example if we have recovery of 80% do we need to multiply the routine
results by 0.8?
Thank you all.
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