Hospitals have a great magnitude of activities involving public use, staffing and at-risk individuals that must be considered as part of the operation of the facility — basically, a miniature city. Activities include eating, sleeping, office work, laundry, management and maintenance, and that doesn’t account for the higher health care practices of the facility, such as surgeries, imaging, patient care and infection prevention.
Physical Environment Provisions of USP <797> “Pharmaceutical Compounding – Sterile Preparations” Third Edition
This third edition monograph discusses only the physical environment aspects of USP , and is intended for the use of health care facility managers.…
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