Workshop Session Objectives
Ensuring Safety in Sterile and Hazardous Drug Compounding (Mark Wiencek)
- Distinguish the possible sources for cross-contamination of HD residues.
- Discuss the chemical agents and processes for decontamination of HD residues from receipt through administration.
- Identify the methods used to sample for HD residues, recognize the strengths and weaknesses of each method, and how the results can be interpreted.
Best Practices PEC/SEC cleaning/Donning Doffing (Michael Myers)
- Best practices to clean, disinfect and decontaminate Primary Engineering Controls
- Best practices to clean, disinfect and decontaminate Secondary Engineering Controls
- Best Practices for Donning and Doffing of critical PPE for hazardous sterile compounding.
Gloved Fingertip Sampling (GFS): An Important Part of Ensuring Quality by Personnel
- Define and identify the purpose of gloved fingertip sampling (GFS).
- Discuss the NAPRA Model Standard GFS requirements.
- Describe the type of media used during GFS.
- Demonstrate and practice the proper sampling technique.
Non-Sterile Hazardous Drug Compounding: How to Keep Workers Safe
- Discuss the NAPRA Model Standards as it relates to non-sterile hazardous drug compounding.
- Differentiate the different levels of non-sterile compounding areas and the facility design requirements.
- Identify the different ways of providing protection to workers compounding non-sterile preparations.
- Determine key strategies for repackaging, splitting, and compounding non-sterile HDs.