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Testing the adjustable base stand of your new pharmacy isolator is a great way to ensure your product is workly correctly.
How to install an IV bar on a NuAire Compounding Isolator
Turning on your PharmaGard Isolator is simple. Watch this video to operate your isolator properly.
How to clean your Compounding Aseptic and Containment Isolators.
Introducing materials into a NuAire Pharmacy Isolator
Proper airflow and safe arm movements within the pharmacy isolator is critical to maintaining the sterility of compounded products.
Maintain sterility in your PharmaGard isolator by avoiding disrupting air over items located on the work surface.
Well documented policies and procedures must be outlined concerning spills and cleanup. This documentation must include personnel responsible for assessing the spill size and scope.
Changing gloves on a Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) must be done on routine basis. Watch this video to safely and easily change your gloves.
Changing gloves on your Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator must be done on a routine basis. Follow these simple steps to safely change your CACI gloves.
Changing sleeves on a Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) must be done at minimum twice a year (follow your SOP). Watch this video to safely and easily change your sleeves.
Changing sleeves on your Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator is recommended at minimum twice a year (please follow your SOP). Follow these simple steps to safely change your CACI sleeves.
Learn how to properly remove and replace a sharps and waste receptacle on a PharmaGard PR797.
Learn how to properly replace sharps and waste receptacle on a PharmaGards NR797 or NTE797.
Watch and learn how the PharmaGard PR797 Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) creates and ISO Class 5 sterile environment through the use of laminar airflow.
Smoke flow demonstration inside a NuAire Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) displaying laminar airflow.
Watch and learn how the PharmaGard NTE800 Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator uses laminar airflow to create an ISO Class 5 Sterile Environment.
Airflow in a negative pressure compounding aseptic containment isolator (CACI) is designed to keep you safe.