subvisible

subvisible

(sʌbˈvɪzɪbəl) or

subvisual

adj
1. (General Physics) physics too small to be visible to the naked eye, not quite visible
2. (Physical Geography) meteorol (of a cloud) too thin to be seen
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In general, particles are classified as subvisible up to a size of 100 micron.
Overlooking subvisible particles in therapeutic protein products: gaps that may compromise product quality.
With regards to providing solutions to existing problems, industry still has a lot of room to improve including lowering visible and subvisible particulates, controlling and/or eliminating silicone oil and providing viable solutions for the growing compounding pharmacy market."
At the same time, there remains a thread of interest in the "subvisible" or "hidden" nature of form, even if that "hidden" nature is often resolutely de-idealized.
Every year, numerous injectable/parenteral drugs are recalled from the market due to the presence of visible and subvisible particulate contamination.
Long term safety, high-resolution imaging, and tissue temperature modeling of subvisible diode micropulse photocoagulation for retinovascuclar macular edema.
Wang et al., "Subvisible retinal laser therapy: titration algorithm and tissue response," Retina, vol.
Schoeberl, "On the formation and persistence of subvisible cirrus clouds near the tropical tropopause," Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, vol.
Issues with glass delamination and the generation of both visible and subvisible flakes and particulates in marketed drug products have increased significantly within the last several years, leading to numerous recalls.
Examples include counting and sizing of subvisible particulate matter per USP Chapter (788) [4] or per European Pharmacopoeia 2.9.19 [5] and measuring the concentrations of larger sized globules in nutritional emulsions per USP Chapter (729) [6].