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Beginning with pharmacist-prepared, centralized IV admixtures in the 1960s, hospitals have provided aseptic environments within which to compound sterile products and prevent microbial contamination, including the use of laminar airflow hoods and rooms with high-efficiency particulate air HEPA filters and work practices to support aseptic compounding.
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Compounding and the FDA: questions and answers.
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Admin21.08.2021

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Environmental Monitoring The purpose of an environmental monitoring EM program outlined in is to demonstrate that the compounding area maintains a state of control.
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General notices proposed section 3.
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Admin19.08.2021

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The area must then be cleaned with a detergent.
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Currently two types of CSTDs are on the market: physical barrier systems and air-cleaning systems.
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Admin19.07.2021

General Chapter Pharmaceutical Compounding

USP open microphone meeting on general chapter pharmaceutical compounding—sterile preparations.
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Admin22.07.2021

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Several gap analysis tools are available to help with this process, as well as many consultants in the field who can help.
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Physical Tests General Chapter outlines several simulated physical tests used to demonstrate competency in sterile compounding see the section on Personnel Training and Competency Evaluation of Garbing, Aseptic Work Practices, and Cleaning and Disinfection Procedures , including two of critical importance.
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