Mobile Compounding Cleanroom

From Mobile Compounding Cleanroom to Additional Lab Space

One of the benefits of our Mobile Compounding Cleanroom is the flexibility and ease of change of the equipment and use cases of your cleanroom. Our MCCs are designed and built to meet our client’s current needs. However, it is important to add that the design and setup can be changed at any point further …

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Cleanroom Training

Existing Equipment in Mobile Cleanroom

All of our Mobile Cleanroom projects start with creating a three-dimensional concept. These drawings are incorporating our clients’ comments and develop a pretty detailed needs assessment. Those always include our clients’ existing equipment. At this stage, we’re trying to identify the number and the size of the rooms your cleanroom requires. We then start considering …

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Anteroom Configuration in Mobile Cleanroom

Under the USP 800, an anteroom is defined as “An ISO Class 7 or cleaner room” where personnel hand hygiene, garbing procedures, and other activities that generate high particulate levels are performed. The ante-room is the transition room between the unclassified area of the facility and the buffer room. USP 800 requires ante-rooms to produce …

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The Most Efficient Way of Building and Installing a New Cleanroom

Our Mobile Compounding Cleanrooms provide a quick and easy solution to get a complete clean room suite from design to cleanroom installation, built, installed, and commissioned. The whole process from design to final delivery and install is a reasonably pain-free process. Our protocol puts all the design and engineering work out of the way. Even …

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Developing an effective compounding strategy

Developing an effective compounding strategy is critical to ensuring patients have access to properly compounded medications, but because each organization’s needs differ, a one-size-fits-all solution cannot be applied to every hospital. A careful evaluation of the institution’s requirements, the available infrastructure for compounding medications in-house, and any registered 503B compounding facilities in the vicinity with …

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Reducing risks of exposure to HDs

Although most pharmacy personnel will say that the highest risk of exposure to hazardous drugs is during the compounding process, we feel that there is an even greater risk of exposure to hazardous materials during shipping and receiving. Under the current regulations as well as the upcoming USP <800> the hazardous materials are usually ordered …

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