The work of intravenous drug allocation center not only guarantees the rational use of drugs for patients, but also has great advantages in guaranteeing the quality and safety of drugs. The following edition will give you an analysis of the four basic principles that we should pay attention to when decorating the intravenous drug distribution center.
1. Keep away from all kinds of pollution sources. Surrounding ground, road surface, vegetation and so on should not pollute the allocation process. The air intake in the clean area should be set at a relatively high level without pollution. Effective facilities should be provided to prevent pollution, insects and other animals from entering.
2. Regional design should be rationally arranged to ensure smooth workflow, and functional areas should not interfere with each other. The configuration center should have working areas such as secondary warehouse, dispensing preparation area, auditing printing area, laundry and sanitary ware area, buffering and changing area, configuration area and finished product checking area. At the same time, there should be other auxiliary working areas such as general dressing area, general cleaning area, consumables storage area, refrigeration area, trolley storage area, rest area, conference area and so on. The workshops should be reasonably arranged according to the intravenous infusion configuration procedures and air cleanliness level requirements. Measures should be taken to prevent cross-contamination of personnel and logistics between clean areas with different cleanliness levels.
3. The allocation of antibiotics and harmful drugs should be separated from that of parenteral nutrition and general drugs. It is necessary to establish two independent air supply and exhaust systems, or a clean area equipped with antibiotics and harmful drugs is an independent full air exhaust system. The exhaust outlet should be far away from other air intakes, not less than 3 meters away. The exhaust air should be treated before it can be discharged into the atmosphere.
4. The disposition of antibiotics and harmful drugs in the center should be carried out in BSCII biosafety cabinet. The allocation of parenteral nutrition drugs and other common drugs needs to be carried out in a 100-level laminar flow purification table.
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