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As the regulatory environment for compounding pharmacies continues to evolve, facilities can take immediate steps to strengthen their quality-control microbiology and environmental monitoring programs. Robust programs that are timely, comprehensive, and effective will minimize risk and help support positive patient outcomes. This article provides a roadmap for putting in place a robust quality-control microbiology program in the face of United States Pharmacopeia Chapter 797 standards, and highlights several technologies for environmental monitoring that support a successful program.


Tricia Griffiths, Anne Connors. Quality control analytical methods: strategies to ensure a robust quality-control microbiology program. International journal of pharmaceutical compounding. 2013 Mar-Apr;17(2):130-4

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