Are you preparing for compliance with USP <800>, <795> and <797>? Regardless of the regulatory status, compliance with all USP compounding chapters in their current or official versions is expected, and non-compliance could potentially result in citations requiring corrective action to maintain accreditation or licensure.
Download our USP <800>, <795> and <797> preparation checklists to help make sure your bases are covered.
USP <800> outlines the practice and quality standards for safe handling of hazardous drugs throughout a healthcare organization and through nearly every aspect of the medication process. It affects not just the pharmacy but a variety of personnel, such as the nursing unit staff, environmental services, operating room staff and more.
USP <795> and <797> affect pharmacy compounding operations.
This content is provided for informational and discussion purposes only and is not an official interpretation of the regulation.
Stay tuned at Premier Inc. and USP (www.usp.org/compounding) for further updates to the compounding standards and guidance.
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