Aseptic Preparation & Dispensing of Medicines Training Backed by Cherwell
By Gill Power
Cherwell Process Validation & Environmental Monitoring Product Range on Display
Bicester, UK, June 2013: Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in products for process validation and environmental monitoring will be exhibiting their comprehensive product range at the Aseptic Preparation and Dispensing of Medicines (APDM) Course, Leeds Trinity University on 9th & 10th July 2013.
The 4-day APDM course, organised jointly by the NHS and the University of Leeds, is specifically designed to meet the needs of pharmacy staff (pharmacists) and other experienced senior technicians working in both licensed and unlicensed aseptic units. In addition to covering both the principles and practice of asepsis, the course will provide a knowledge update on standards, practices and quality assurance arrangements relating to the aseptic preparation and dispensing of medicines.
Representatives from Cherwell Laboratories will be available on 9th & 10th July to discuss how their products can help provide the ideal solution to meet individual microbiological QA/QC and monitoring requirements, with a selection of products also on display. The Cherwell range includes Redipor prepared microbiological media, a comprehensive selection of agar plates, bottled media, broth bags, vials and ampoules; plus SAS microbial air samplers and biological indicators.
Dr Abdulmajeed Raji, Microbiology Product Specialist, at Cherwell Laboratories commented, "Our wide range of high-quality products, plus our experience within the industry, ensures we can offer an ideal solution to meet microbial monitoring and validation needs." He added, "This APDM event enables us to support the NHS and all those involved in the aseptic processing of medicines, maintaining our levels of expertise to ensure we continue to offer up-to-date products, services and advice."
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