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Choosing Proper PPE for USP <800>
By Fred Massoomi, RPh, PharmD, FASHP

Personal protective equipment (PPE) provides an active barrier to protect staff from direct contact with hazards; thus, appropriate PPE use is a critical component of ensuring staff safety, as well as USP compliance. To learn specifics about respiratory protection as well as eye and face protection, CLICK HERE.

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Shortages of small volume parenteral products have improved in recent months, but other supply chain challenges persist. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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Proposed Changes to the 2018 NIOSH HD List
By Thomas H. Connor, PhD

The 2018 NIOSH HD list is due to publish in September. No drugs were deleted from the list; the drugs that are proposed for addition can be found in the Federal Register. Given that antineoplastic medications are being approved in high numbers, these drugs account for many of the additions. CLICK HERE to read about the proposed changes to the 2018 HD list, as well as survey data related to HD handling.

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