What is routine and non routing intervention with example
Routine interventions (a.k.a. inherent interventions) are interventions that are inherent to the aseptic process, they are expected to happend as part of the process and are often required by procedures or batch records, for example: sampling for volume control, set up of equipment, aseptic conections, environmental sampling, etc.
Non-routine interventions (a.k.a. corrective interventions) are interventions that are not part of the process and are done to correct or adjust the process, for example: adjusting sensors or equipment, removing fallen containers/vials, clear jammed equipment, etc.