Feb 1, 1988

Current problems of work hygiene in the production of semisynthetic penicillins

Antibiotiki i khimioterapii︠a︡ = Antibiotics and chemoterapy [sic]
I Z Zel'tser

Abstract

The hygienic pattern of the technological process for production of semisynthetic penicillins is described. It is shown that the chemical factor is the leading one of the environment in manufacture of semisynthetic penicillins unlike production of natural antibiotics. The characteristics of the chemical factor by the conditions of its creation, physicochemical properties and effect on man is presented. A set of hygienic recommendations for safe performance of the technological process for production of semisynthetic penicillins was developed and is now being introduced.

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