When designing a cleanroom for both USP <797> and USP <800> sterile compounding it might make sense to include an airlock between spaces in an effort to minimize or eliminate the ingress of particulates or CFUs. This principle is
USP chapters <797> and USP <800> use similar language with reference to surfaces inside of a cleanroom and hazardous drug compounding room, so when we consult with architects discussions around acceptable materials of construction are a strict focus. First
Bryan Prince specializes in pharmacy compounding lab designs with a unique emphasis on workflow processes, to mitigate risk, improve efficiency, and comply with USP standards.