USP <800> Compounding Cleanrooms

USP 800 is a cleanroom compounding standard that was issued in March of 2014 by the United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP). It’s primary focus is expanding the safety of healthcare workers, patients, and the environment for processing hazardous drugs. It’s scope reflects a number of stages in the delivery of sterile and non-sterile compounds, including:

USP 797 Guidelines: Sterile Compounding Cleanroom Design, Components, and Procedure

USP Chapter 797 cleanroom design requires that facilities pressurize non-hazardous compounding and storage areas. ISO 5, 7 and 8 environments support primary engineering controls, buffer rooms, and ante-rooms.

How Does USP 800 Change Storage and Unpacking of Hazardous Drugs?

Facilities unpacking hazardous drugs within a negative pressure room do not require procedural changes to meet USP unpacking area requirements. Facilities unpacking HDs within positive pressure ante rooms or facility spaces will require reconsideration.

Cleanroom Classification Comparison Specifications Defined

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A comparison of cleanroom classifications and specifications.

How to Choose the Right Cleanroom Particle Counter

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Cleanroom particle counters differ widely based upon particle threshold, cost, and features. How to do you determine if you need a particle counter or what model of particle counter to purchase? In this article we will go over the basics of particle counters and give you the facts to help you determine which one is best for your cleanroom application.

FS209E and ISO Cleanroom Standards

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