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CETA Applications Guides
CETA Applications Guides
As of January 2012, CETA application guides are availalbe to CETA members as a free download. Non-members may access the guides for a nominal fee or contact your local Registered Cleanroom Certification Professional for Sterile Compounding Facilities to request a free copy.
- CAG-000-2007 Application Guide Publication Flowchart
- CAG-001-2005 Applications Guide For The Use Of Compounding Isolators In Compounding Sterile Preparations In Healthcare Facilities (Revised December 2008)
- CAG-002-2006 Compounding Isolator Testing Guide (Revised December 2008)
- UPDATED CAG-003-2006 Certification Guide For Sterile Compounding Facilities (Revised January 2012)
- CAG-004-2007Application Guide for the use of Surface Decontaminants in Biosafety Cabinets
- CAG-005-2007Servicing Hazardous Drug Compounding Primary Engineering Controls
- CAG-006-2010 CETA High Efficiency Filter Application Guide
- CAG-007-2010 Application Guide for Exhaust System Requirements of Class II, Type B Biosafety Cabinets
- UPDATED CAG-008-2010 CETA Certification Matrix for Sterile Compounding Facilities (Updated January 2012)
- NEW CAG-009-2011v3 CETA Certification Application Guide USP <797> Viable Environmental Sampling & Gowning Evaluation
- CAG-010-2011 Application Guide for Informational Notes to Meeting the NSF/ANSI 49:2010a Standard Requirements
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