USP <800> requires a negative pressure Containment Primary Engineering Control (C-PEC) such as a Class I BSC for non-sterile compounding. The C-PEC must also be placed into an exhausted, negative pressure room. Follow these four quick steps to take the guesswork out of selecting the right C-PEC for your USP <800> compliant pharmacy.
This infographic will help you understand how to select the right solution for USP <800> in your pharmacy.
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