[Video] Safe Arm Movements in a Pharmacy Isolator

January 9, 2017

Safe Arm Movements in a Pharmacy IsolatorPersonnel should never place their hands above any object on the work surface, as first-air (or air which bathes materials in clean air) is vital to the sterility of any process. 

Proper airflow within the Pharmagard797 is critical to maintaining the sterility of compounded products. No items should disrupt the flow of air to the work surface, or to the air grills at the front and back of the isolator.

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