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IV sterile LEc 2


What is a clean room? airborne particles controlled to meet a specified level
What must institutional and home health pharms lock-up? Sch. 2 controlled substances and other controlled substances
What is a controlled area? designed for preparing sterile pharmaceuticals
Temp of fridge 36-46F
Temp of Pharm 68-77F
What must pharmacies store SEPARATE from internal medications? External use of drugs; antiseptics, disinfectants, topical ointment
What is the SPA? Sterile Products Area; designed controlled area for compounding sterile pharmaceuticals
In SPA, what must be done w/ the air? Why? Always have a higher pressure that the exterior -prevents contamination from entering the room
In SPA, what must be done w/ the floors? Why? Made of, or covered w/ nonporous washable materials -enables reg. disinfection
In SPA, what must be done w/ the entrance? Why? contamination control mats w/ sticky surface -removes contamination from shoes
In SPA, what must be done w/ matless floors? Sterile shoe covers should be used and changed each time they become soiled; change each time you leave/enter the room
Name 4 things not allowed in SPA Cardboard boxes, printers, reference manuals or paper towels
Why must SPA only have wire grid shelving? Due to small surface area providing less surface to collect dust
How often must High-Risk level media-fill testing of compounding? semiannually
Created by: karmabites



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