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USP <797> CD

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  • A collection of over 70 articles from 14 years of the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding focused on USP <797> issues and solutions. This CD contains the following articles:

    STANDARDS

    • A Primer on USP Chapter <797>, "Pharmaceutical Compounding - Sterile Preparations," and USP Process for Drug and Practice Standards.
    • Overview of Chapter <797> "Pharmaceutical Compounding - Sterile Preparations": The Potential Impact for Compounding Pharmacists
    • Proposed Revisions to USP Chapter <797> Pharmaceutical Compounding-Sterile Preparations
    • Misinterpretation of United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <797>
    • Application of USP-NF Standards to Pharmacy Compounding
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: USP Chapter <797> Compounded Sterile Preparations Sterility Requirements and Their Relationship to Beyond-Use Dating
    • USP Chapter <797> and Preparing for JCAHO Survey
    • Questions and Answers: USP Chapter <797> and JCAHO Compliance
    • Sterile Product Compounding: A Comparison of ASHP and USP Guidelines
    • Pharmacy Cleanroom Project Management Consideration: An Experience-Based Perspective Pharmacy Compounding Urban Legends
    • PostScription: Cleanroom Standards
    • Putting the Science Back into the "Art and Science" of Compounding
    • Using Purified Water for Reconstitutions
    • PostScription: GMPs and GCPs: A Topical Comparison
    • PreScription: GMPs vs. GCPs: Manufacturing and Compounding Definitions
    • Compounding Pharmacies: Before and After an Inspection
    • PostScription: GMPs vs. GCPs: United States Pharmacopeia General Chapters
    • Determination of Risk for Sterile Preparations
    • Pharmaceutical Compounding or Pharmaceutical Manufacturing? A Regulatory Perspective
    • Basics of Compounding Sterile Preparations: Nomenclature and Considerations
    • PostScription: Responsibilities of a Compounding Pharmacist

    TESTING

    • Quality Assurance for Sterile Products
    • USP Chapter <797>: Practical Solutions for Microbiology, Sterility, and Pyrogen Testing
    • Sterilization and Depyrogenation Principles and Methods
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Chemical Testing Aspects of USP 797 for Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: A Guide to Quality Control Testing for the Compounding Pharmacist
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Particulate Matter in Injections: What is it and What are the Concerns?
    • Standard Operating Procedure: Calculating the Endotoxin Load in Compounded Sterile Preparation
    • Basics of Compounding: Application of the United States Pharmacopeia Bacterial Endotoxins Test to Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Comparison of Endotoxin Testing Methods for Pharmaceutical Products
    • Evaluating and Selecting an Analytical Testing Laboratory
    • Analytical Testing Facilities and Products
    • Analytical Testing of Extemporaneously Compounded Preparations
    • Particulate Testing for Sterile Products
    • Particulates in Parenterals
    • Preservation, Sterilization, and Sterility Testing of Ophthalmic Preparations
    • Standard Operating Procedure: Sterility Test for Ophthalmic Solutions
    • Sterile Compounding of Respiratory Inhalation Solutions
    • Quality-Control Analytical Methods: The Quality of Sterility Testing
    • Quality-Control Analytical Methods - Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Quality Improvement--What is the Difference
    • PreScription: Quality Improvement in Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Pharmacopeial Bacterial Endotoxins Test Chapters
    • Endotoxins: Essential Testing for Pyrogens in the Compounding Laboratory, Part 3: A Simplified Endotoxin Test Method for Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Strategies to Ensure a Robust Quality-control Microbiology Program
    • Establishing Benchmark Rates of Microbial and Bacterial Endotoxin Contamination for Radiopharmaceuticals Compounded in Commerical Nuclear Pharmacy Settings
    • Assessing the Stability of Common Radiopharmaceuticals Compounded and Utilized Outside Package Insert Guidelines
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: End-preparation Assessments and Tests for Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: A Growing Codependency: Compounding Pharmacy and Safety
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Laboratory Considerations of United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <71> Sterile Tests and Its Application to Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: The Essentials of United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <51> Antimicrobial Effectiveness Testing and Its Application in Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Microbial Limit Tests for Nonsterile Pharmaceuticals, Part 1
    • Quality Control: Microbial Limit Tests for Nonsterile Pharmaceuticals, Part 2
    • Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Part 1
    • Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Part 2
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Physical Quantitative Verification of Nonsterile Compounded Preparations: Individualized Dosage Units
    • Development and Validation of an Inexpensive, Simple, and Rapid Technique for Measuring the Accuracy of Extemporaneously Compounded Pharmaceuticals
    • Microbial Identification in Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Method Validation

    EQUIPMENT

    • Bacterial Isolators: A New, High-tech Option for the Preparation of Sterile Admixtures
    • Cleaning, Inspecting and Flow-Accuracy Testing of Ambulatory Pumps
    • Consideration for Choosing a Primary Engineering Control for Compounding Sterile Products
    • Controlled Environment Testing Association Applications Guide for the Use of Barrier Isolators in Compounding Sterile Preparations in Healthcare Facilities, Part 1
    • Controlled Environment Testing Association Applications Guide for the Use of Barrier Isolators in Compounding Sterile Preparations in Healthcare Facilities, Part 2
    • Local Ventilation for Safe Containments in the Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Sterile Compounding with Barrier-Isolation Technology
    • Technology Spotlight: A USP-Grade Water System
    • Using Automated Compounding Devices in the Practice of Pharmacy
    • Microbial Air-Sampling Equipment, Part 1: Meeting USP Chapter <797> Standards
    • Microbial Air-Sampling Equipment, Part 2 - Experiences of Compounding Pharmacists
    • Tips for Cleanroom Construction and Renovation
    • Aqua Pura: Water Purification Systems and United States Pharmacopeia Waters for the Compounding Pharmacy, Part 1
    • Aqua Pura: Water Purification Systems and United States Pharmacopeia Waters for the Compounding Pharmacy, Part 2: USP Waters: Experts at the United States Pharmacopeia Answer Compounders' Questions
    • Quality-Control Analytical Methods: Aqua Pura: Water Purification Systems and United States Pharmacopeia Waters for the Compounding Pharmacy, Part 3: Testimonials and Comparisons
    • Quality Control: Analytical Methods: Calibration of Equipment and Calibration Curves
    • Sterilization of Compounded Parenteral Products: Verification of Autoclaves
    • A Needle-free Reconstitution and Transfer System for Compounded Sterile Intravenous Drug Solutions: In Compliance with United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <797> Standards
    • Basics of Compounding: Certification of Sterile Equipment and Facilities: What Pharmacists Need to Know
    • Dry-heat Depyrogenation Ovens for Pharmaceutical Compounding Facilities
    • Safer Sterile Compounding: Choosing and Using Disinfectants for the Cleanroom

    IMPLEMENTATION

    • Sterile Preparations, Part 1
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 2: The Responsibilities of Compounding Personnel in Implementing USP Chapter <797> Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 3: Considerations for Implementing USP Chapter <797> Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 4: Considerations in Selection and Use of Disinfectants and Antiseptics
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 5: Verification of Accuracy, Sterility, and Sterilization of Compounded Preparations
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 6: 2008 Revisions to Chapter <797>
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 7: Microbial Contamination Risk Levels, 12-Hour Use, and Immediate Use
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 8: Stability and Beyond-Use Dating
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 9: Immediate Use Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 10: First Revision: The Main Changes, Events, and Rationale
    • Overview of Beyond-Use Dating for Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 11: Hazardous Drugs
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 12: Sterilization Methods
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 13: Environmental Quality and Control
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 14: Environmental Quality and Control (Continued)
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 15: Personnel Training, Cleansing, and Garbing
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 16: Suggested Standard Operating Procedures
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 17: Elements of Quality Control
    • Sterile Preparations, Part 18: Verification of Automated Compounding Devices for Parenteral Nutrition Compounding and Finished Preparation Release Checks and Tests
    • Quality Control: 5 Steps to Improve Quality in the Compounding Lab
    • Beyond-use Date: Establishment and Maintenance
    • Depyrogenation Options for the Compounding Cleanroom
    • Standards of Practice, Professional Judgment, and Scientific Evidence to Establish and Extend a Beyond-Use Date
    • Basics of Compounding: Unique and Special Characteristics of Sterile Dosage Forms
    • Basics of Sterile Compounding: Aseptic Processing
    • Applying Quality of Design Concepts to Pharmacy Compounding
    • Introduction to Quality Control in a Compounding Pharmacy

    OPERATIONS

    • Quality Control Analytical Methods: Quality Issues Related to Compounding with Commercial Products
    • Sterile - Product Preparations: Mix or Buy?
    • Improving the Management, Operations and Cost Effectiveness of Sterile-Product Compounding
    • Training and Competency Consideration for Pharmacies Providing Compounded Sterile Preparations
    • PostScription: Experts Everywhere
    • PostScription: Sterile Product Admixture Preparation
    • Purchasing Chemicals for Pharmaceutical Compounding
    • Compliance by Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities with the Revised United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <797>
    • Contract Sterilization and Validation Companies Offer New Options for Sterile Compounded Preparations
    • Preparing Nonsterile and Sterile Hazardous Compounds in an Institutional Setting
    • Compounding with Hydrates and Solvates
    • PreScription: Beginning of a New United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc., Cycle
    • PreScription: Sterile Product Outsourcing: Growing Trend in Hospitals
    • Compounding with Organic Salts
    • Compounding with Esters
    • PreScription: Compounding with Manufactured Products
    • Home Infusion: Overcoming the Barriers to Entry
    • Basics of Compounding: Repackaging, Part 1
    • Basics of Compounding: Repackaging, Part 2
    • Decontamination Technology: The Missing Element
    • Standarized Compounding: The Importance of Doing it the Same Way Every Time
    • Basics of Sterile Compounding: Sterilization Methods in Sterile Product Manufacturing
    • Basics of Sterile Compounding: Contamination Control
    • Root Cause Analysis, Part 2: Sterile Compounding