Non-sterile Compounding: Topical and Oral Liquid Preparations (per 2014 USP 795)

Self Study, 1.00 Hours, Expires 6/30/2022
Valid for: Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacist
All pharmacists and technicians should be prepared to perform non-sterile compounding, even if your pharmacy doesn’t often fill these requests.  Topical preparations, such as butt paste for babies, and oral liquid compounds, such as magic mouthwash or pediatric suspensions, are some of the more commonly requested nonsterile preparations. This course includes information based on the official 2014 USP <795> standard.

Meets Non-Sterile CE requirements for all states PLUS state specific Complex Non-Sterile Compounding CE requirements in MA

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