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USP 800/Containment Segregated Compounding Area Products

USP 800 COMPLIANCE FOR HOSPITAL and PHARMACIES

USP 800 also known as USP Chapter <800> will update the current USP 797 regulations regarding the handling of hazardous drugs in compounding pharmacies, hospital pharmacies and medical centers. These new regulations and guidelines will offer more protection to pharmacists and workers to ensure safe handling of chemotherapy and other hazardous drugs. USP 800 compliance as well as USP 797 compliance is our specialty here at Aseptic Enclosures. We work with industry leaders in the pharmaceutical compounding world to make sure we are carrying the best cleanroom, isolator supplies and personal protective equipments.     Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI)/C-PEC an  isolator specifically designed for Aseptic preperations and USP 797 compliant Hospital Pharmacy compounding pharmaceutical ingredients or preparations.   It will  maintain an aseptic environment within the isolator throughout the compounding and material transfer processes.  Typically our isolators run at ISO CLASS 4/ASTM CLASS10 during working conditions. Air exchange into the isolator from the surrounding environment should not occur unless the air has first passed through a microbial retentive filter.  Please note:  This equipment provides product protection only.  Call, email or chat to get more details. Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator (CACI)/C-PEC USP 797 compliant, hospital pharmacist protection from exposure to undesirable levels of airborne drugs throughout the compounding and material transfer processes. They provide an superior aseptic environment for compounding sterile preparations.  Where volatile hazardous drugs are prepared, the exhaust air from the isolator should be appropriately removed by properly designed building ventilation.  Call, email or chat to get more details.

Local compounding pharmacy receives national accreditation.

Smart Pharmacy is the fourth pharmaceutical company with a Jacksonville location to receive national accreditation by the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board.

The distinction is considered the gold seal standard for pharmacies specializing in compounding, an increasing trend in the industry in which pharmacists mix ingredients to fit the unique needs of a patient.