Chapter 24 Standards of Sterile Products (TECH) Q&A (1 OF 7) Sample Questions
1. According to Federal standards, class 100 clean room is generally defined as:
- A. Not more than 100 people working in a room
- B. Not more than 100 particles per cubic ft. of 0.5 micron or larger size.
- C. Not more than 100 bacteria per cubic ft. of more mm or larger size
- D. Not more than 100 viruses per cubic ft. of 40 mcm or larger size
Tips: A class 100 clean room is defined as an environment that contains no more than 100 particles per cu. Ft. of 0.5 micron or larger size. Laminar flow of a HEPA filter should meet the standard for class 100 as defined by Federal standard.
A class 10,000 clean room is a conventional clean room so it is less appropriate to carry out aseptic techniques.