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Ophthalmic Compounding: Techniques for Achieving Sterility

Author(s):  Leiter Charles W

Issue:  May/Jun 1998 - Compounding Ophthalmics
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Page(s):  189

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Abstract:  Sterility is extremely important in ophthalmic compounding. In this article, the author discusses laminar airflow hoods, aseptic techniques, expiration date, quality control, and ways compounding helps patients.

Related Keywords: Airflow, Aseptic, Bacquacil, Hood, Laminar, Sorensens


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