Basics of Sterile Compounding: Personnel Requirements for Sterile Compounding

Michael J Akers
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 2016, 20 (4): 307-314
The risk of microbial contamination during sterile product preparation would be practically non-existent were people not involved in the preparatory process. This article discusses why people are the main source of microbial contamination and what safeguards need to be present to minimize this source.

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