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Flashcards in Colorado Rules Deck (11):
1

Immediate Use Compounding

a. Where low-risk compounding would add risk due to delays
b. No storage or batch compounding
c. Continuous compounding process lasting NO MORE than 1 hour
d. Administer less than 1 hour after preparation begins
e. Simple transfer or sterile non-hazardous drugs

2

Low-Risk Compounding

a. Using only sterile ingredients, components
b. Simple volume transfers of sterile dosage forms (Ampules, bottles, bags and vials using sterile syringes and needles)
c. Simple aseptic measuring and transferring with NOT more than 3 packages of manufactured sterile products

3

Low-Risk with < 12 hour BUD Compounding

a. Usually used in rural sites
b. Used in facilities that don’t need longer beyond use dating (Infusion centers, operating room pharmacies)

4

Medium-Risk Compounding

a. Using only sterile ingredients
b. Batch preparations
c. Complex manipulations (TPN)
d. Preparation for use over several days
e. Making or using preservative free components

5

High-Risk Compounding

a. Using non-sterile (bulk powders) ingredients
b. Open system transfers
c. Sterile products must be terminally sterilized (Filtered or autoclaved)

6

Notify the SBOP if disciplined in another state

30 days

7

Retain CDTM records

7 years

8

Maximum expiration of emergency kits

1 year

9

Pharmacy manager must notify SBOP of his employment termination

Immediately

10

After starting, new manager must take CS inventory within

72 hours

11

Retain initial interpretation and final evaluation records

2 years