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Why is Modular Cleanroom Design A Huge Development?

Pre-engineered fabrication consolidates scheduling with minimal disruption and fewer variables. Difficult or expensive upgrades avoid overbearing noise, construction artifacts, and minimize if not eliminate the burden on facility staff for project management.

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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.

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Upgrading a USP 797 Cleanroom to USP 800?

New USP guidelines may present challenges for compounding facilities. Some facilities need infrastructural and mechanical modifications for compliance. System evaluation includes duct systems, HEPA fan filters, differential pressure standards, air monitoring, and external air exhaust equipment.

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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.

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Cleanrooms for Medical Cannabis Grows – Deaths Linked to Contamination

The benefit of modular cannabis cleanrooms over traditionally fixed wall grow rooms is that the configurable partitions of modular cleanroom designs lower the cost of installation or re-configuration for changing regulations. Divider rooms total environmental control, larger yields, and improve regulatory compliance at various stages of the growing cycle.

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