“Understanding Sterile Compounding”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific and Mary Beth Eyer, Life Scientific
Date: March 8th, 2023 @11:00 AM CST

In this webinar, we will explore the importance of training hospital pharmacies on USP chapters and sterile compounding practices. The pharmaceutical industry is constantly evolving, and it’s essential that hospital pharmacies stay up-to-date on the latest standards and regulations to ensure patient safety and compliance.

We will cover the basics of USP chapters and how they relate to sterile compounding. You will learn about the dangers of compounding errors, including the risk of infections and contamination, and how USP chapters can help prevent these issues. We will also discuss the role of the pharmacist in ensuring the quality of compounded sterile products and the importance of proper training and continuing education.

By the end of this webinar, you will have a deeper understanding of the value of USP chapter training and why it is critical for hospital pharmacies.

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Whether you’re a pharmacist, a manager, or an administrator, this webinar will provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about the training and education of your staff.

This webinar is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of sterile compounding and USP chapters. Join us and learn how you can improve patient safety and stay ahead of the curve in an ever-changing pharmaceutical industry.

“Aseptic Enclosures’ range of equipment for Aseptic Processing and Containment Applications”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific
Date: February 16th, 2022

This video showcases our high-quality, custom-designed enclosures for pharmaceutical, biotech, and other industries requiring aseptic environments. With over 30 years of experience, Aseptic Enclosures has the expertise to design and manufacture enclosures to meet a wide range of requirements. Our capabilities include the design and construction of biological safety cabinets, containment enclosures, laminar flow hoods, and other specialty enclosures. They also offer a comprehensive range of services, including testing, certification, validation, and maintenance to ensure that their products meet the highest standards of quality and safety.

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Aseptic Enclosures is committed to providing our customers with innovative solutions that meet their unique needs while adhering to the strictest industry standards.

“How To Get A Clean-Room Designed, Built And Certified In Less Than 5 Months”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific
Date: January 7th, 2021 @10:00 AM CST

In this presentation, we review the design/build process for our Mobile cleanroom suites. Our typical application has been pharmacy USP 797/800 compliant builds, but these can be customized to fulfill to meed your specific needs and requirements.

Our mobile clean rooms are designed to be a permanent, fully furnished, fast and economical solution to the traditional “stick-built” approach. They have the added benefit of portability. We build the configurations in shipping containers which yields an impressively durable installation. Units can be of various sizes. They can be stacked, combined, craned, forklifted or supplied on a leveling chassis for placement flexibility.

The design process is crucial for a successful build. Our team of architects, engineers, equipment planners and representatives work with our clients in the initial needs assessment process.

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After the assessment is complete, we work on submission of our first sign-off document, the conceptual design. Usually, within just a few days, we are able to submit an exceptionally detailed 3d model for evaluation and comment. Typically, after just a few iterations we have “sign off” and begin ordering long lead items and producing detailed construction documents for final approvals.

Additionally, we will cover aspects of the production process, Factory Acceptance Testing, Delivery On-Site installation and final certification.

“Cleanroom Shoecover Applicator – BootieMatic”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific
Date: May 16th, 2014

Our Bootimatic – shoecover applicator is a device that automatically applies cleanroom shoecovers onto the shoes of personnel entering a cleanroom environment. This technology helps to reduce the risk of contamination by eliminating the need for manual application, while also saving time and reducing waste. The applicator is easy to use and ensures that personnel can quickly and easily don cleanroom apparel, helping to maintain the highest levels of cleanliness and safety in critical environments.

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“XLTC Smoke tube v3”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific
Date: October 22nd, 2013

This video demonstrates the effectiveness of the enclosure by conducting a smoke test, which involves introducing smoke particles into the air to visualize and measure the containment of the enclosure. This type of testing ensures that the enclosure meets the highest standards for preventing contamination during drug compounding. The video provides valuable insight into the process of ensuring the safety and quality of drugs by using state-of-the-art technology and testing methods.

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“Aseptic Enclosures XLTC – Using Smoke tube”
Presented by Michael H. Bellm, Life Scientific
Date: October 14th, 2013

This video features a smoke tube test that provides a visual representation of the air flow patterns within the enclosure, allowing the viewer to observe how air moves through the enclosure and where potential leakages may occur. This testing method is a critical part of ensuring the safety and quality of drugs by verifying that the enclosure meets the highest standards for preventing contamination during drug compounding. The video provides an in-depth look at the use of this technology, giving viewers a better understanding of how it can help maintain a clean and safe environment for drug compounding.

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