Aseptic

Hazardous Drugs Remain a Problem for Oncology Nurses

TON – November 2016, Vol 9, No 6 – Drug Updates & News Caroline Helwick San Antonio, TX—Oncology nurses may believe that personal exposure to hazardous drugs is a thing of the past, but they would be wrong, according to Seth Eisenberg, RN, ASN, OCN, BMTCN, Professional Practice Coordinator for Infusion Services, Seattle Cancer Care …

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ACI’s keeps you, and your research safer – Aseptic Containment Isolators do a superior job!

August 24 2016.   Aseptic Enclosures.  St. Louis, MO.   The purpose of this post is to help you evaluate the type of hood you do your sterile and containment work in.  It is our strong contention that much more laboratory work should be done in a class III ACI a.k.a.  Glove-box, Isolator, etc.  They provide …

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http://www.clinicaliq.com/content/aseptic_technique.pdf

A new article by Eric S. Kastango, MBA, RPh, FASHP, published in the April 2009 issue of Pharmacy Purchasing & Products,  explores the importance of spreading the word around an aseptic technique that prevents infection. Below is a small excerpt with a link to the full article. http://www.clinicaliq.com/content/aseptic_technique.pdf As pharmacists and technicians, we are an …

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