Month: April 2017

Cleaning Compounding Aseptic Isolators

  Using the right techniques and procedures can make cleaning sterile compounding areas a matter of routine. Since the June 1, 2008 revision of USP general chapter 797, pharmaceutical compounding personnel have been held responsible for the cleanliness of their sterile compounding areas, including biosafety cabinets (BSCs), compounding aseptic isolators (CAIs), compounding aseptic containment isolators …

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Why Sterile Alcohol?

  FDA reminder of safe non-sterile alcohol prep pad use The FDA is reminding healthcare professionals about the safe use of non-sterile alcohol prep pads to clean and disinfect the surface of the skin. This reminder comes in light of the recent recall of Triad Group alcohol prep pads and swabs due to concerns of …

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