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Pharmacy Compounding Booth #16113
International Medical Industries
Devoted to the Needs of the Compounding Pharmacist
Founded in 1967 and exclusively devoted to the needs of the compounding pharmacist, at IMI creating products for the compounding pharmacist is our sole focus. As a result, our customers experience the quality, service, and value that only a specialized partner can offer. Through our partnerships with compounding professionals, we continue to advance our devices to serve the healthcare community. IMI’s customer-focused ethos and superior engineering capabilities allow us to be responsive to the needs of our partners and customers. Our capabilities and highly trained teams are the reasons we have remained the industry standard for tamper evident cap technology and how we continue to deliver customer-focused products to enhance pharmacy productivity, safety and security. All IMI products are manufactured in the United States at our FDA-registered, ISO 13485–certified facility under the strictest quality standards.
Innovation in Secure Drug Delivery
Compounded preparations are at their greatest risk when they leave the custody of your pharmacy. The benefits of tamper-evident products to address this risk have been recognized within the standards and guidelines of multiple influential organizations including the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and the FDA. USP <797> Guidelines advocate “the use of tamper-evident closures and seals on CSP ports can add an additional measure of security to ensure product integrity regardless of the transport method used.”
Tamper Evident products increase overall accountability in the chain of custody of mediation, maintain sterility, prevent leakage, ensure patients receive the full intended dose and reduce the risk of contamination. Experts agree that the use of tamper evident products increases the confidence of pharmacies, health care workers, and patients.
The IMI Product Families Include:
Prep-Lock™ Tamper Evident Caps
IMI’s Prep-Lock™ Line of products provide high-value, high-quality, tamper-evident closures devices for a variety of drug delivery containers, including IV, Enteral, & Oral Syringes, Medication Cassettes, and IV Bags. Hospitals that partner with an outsource compounder, may already be familiar with Prep-Lock Tamper Evident Caps for IV Syringes. Over 85% of the top 503B compounding facilities trust IMI Tamper Evident Caps to secure their preparations. Incorporating these caps for in-house preparations can provide standardization of all syringes throughout the hospital. As a result, clinicians will not need training for administering syringes with multiple tamper evident methods. Tamper Evident Caps help to ensure the integrity of your compounds by providing a visual indication of tampering, misuse, or access. Installation and administration are highly efficient. Each sterile tray of 10 includes a unique keyed feature that allows the pharmacist to install a cap with a simple twist of the syringe; helping to reduce the risk of touch contamination and enhance aseptic technique. To administer, simply pull off the outer sleeve of the tamper evident cap and unscrew the remaining luer lock cap. Clinicians and pharmacists appreciate not having to deal with sticky tapes or frustrating shrink wrap. Tamper-Evident Caps represent a convenient and comparatively low-cost risk mitigation mechanism for pharmacies and health systems.
Prep-Seal™ Caps & Plugs
IMI’s Prep-Seal brand of products includes high-quality, American made caps and plugs for lure lock, luer slip and NRFit® devices. From their distinctive tray of 10 design that enhances aseptic technique to the unique color options, IMI works closely with their partners and industry professionals to continuously advance their devices to meet the needs of compounding pharmacists around the world.
Prep-Fill™ Adapters & Connectors
IMI’s brand of Prep-Fill Adapters & Connectors provide pharmacists with feature enhancements to the sterile connectors essential to their everyday compounding processes. Their Guarded Luer Connectors offer a variety of connecting configurations, and features designed to enhance aseptic technique.
RX-Vent™ Filtered Venting Needles
The RX-Vent family of products offers unsurpassed safety and efficiency to the pharmacist. The Chemo-Vent is used for reconstituting and withdrawing cytotoxic anti-neoplastic agents. It prevents blowback of chemotherapeutic and cytotoxic drugs during fill procedures. The Filtered Venting Needle is used for the sterile venting of drug vials. The provide pharmacist with economical solutions to enhancing safety in drug compounding procedures.
IMI’s RX-Tract brand of Needles provide health care professionals with unique length and gauge needles for compounding procedures. Available in lengths ranging from 3 inches to 8 inches RX-Tract Needles come in both blunt and sharp cannula types and are ideal for drawing liquid for reconstruction or to pre-fill syringes prior to administration.
FREE Sterile Samples are available for our entire product line.
See why IMI has become the brand pharmacists’ trust for innovative sterile products.
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Pharmacy Compounding Booth #16106
Associates of Cape Cod Inc
Associates of Cape Cod, Inc. (ACC), is one of the world's largest manufacturers of products developed to detect and quantify gram-negative bacterial endotoxins and (1-3)-ß-D-glucans. Our products are used worldwide by leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies to ensure the safety of their parenteral drugs, biological products and medical devices. Our goal is to provide the best products and services, as well as the best technical support and customer service, in our industry to enhance the productivity and efficiency of all our customers. We are ISO 13485: 2003 certified, our laboratories are FDA Inspected and DEA Licensed and our Beacon Diagnostics ® laboratory is CLIA certified.
ACC is one of the world's largest manufacturers of products developed to detect and quantify gram-negative bacterial endotoxins and (1-3)-ß-D-glucans. Our products are used worldwide by leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies to ensure the safety of their parenteral drugs, biological products, and medical devices. Our Customer Service, Technical Service, and Contract Testing teams are ready to assist you with all aspects of endotoxin and glucan testing.
LAL Accessory Products
Pyroclear® Accessory Products
Pyroclear Pyroclear® brand accessory products are the first products in the industry that are certified to be free of interfering endotoxin and (1-3)-ß-D-glucan contamination. Pyroclear brand certified products include depyrogenated test tubes, 96-well microplates, pipette tips and LAL Reagent water. These products are designed to reduce Out of Specification (OOS) investigations due to contaminated accessories.
ACC is proud to offer a variety of instrumentation to support all your testing needs. Instruments like our Pyros Kinetix® incubating kinetic tube reader which offers the highest turbidimetric assay sensitivity in the industry. Bridge the gap between the affordability of filter-based readers and flexibility of monochromator-based systems with our VersaMax™ microplate reader.
LAL Research Products
ACC offers a complete suite of reliable, easy to use research products. Developed for research purposes only, ACC's Research Products are designed to improve pyrogen testing while offering our high standard of effectiveness.
Precise, easy-to-interpret data is an essential part of kinetic endotoxin detection programs. ACC offers three software packages designed to improve the efficiency and the compliance of your testing program all featuring 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, dynamic reporting options and increased data security.
Evaluate Key Areas of Compliance for Inspection Readiness, Navigate Regulatory Complexities and Discover Innovative Technologies and Solutions
Industry’s leading event for compounding professionals, Compounding Pharmacy Compliance shows an in-depth look into key areas for compliance and proven strategies to strengthen compounding systems to ensure inspection readiness. As the regulatory landscape evolves, navigate updated quality standards and evaluate innovative solutions with the top regulators and industry minds. This conference provides insights into best practices for processes, protocols and facility improvements, sterility and stability testing and data analysis through informative presentations, panel discussions, case studies and breakout discussions. A must-attend for all compounding professionals.
Discuss Critical Topics Affecting the Ever-Evolving Drug Compounding Landscape:
Panel Discussion: USP Revisions – Updates and Impacts of 795, 797 and 800
What to Expect When You are Inspected
State Boards Perspectives on Compounding Regulations
FDA Current Landscape – Priorities and Policies for Drug Compounding
Analysis of Varying Types of Management Systems
PLUS! Customize Your Learning Specific to Your Needs with Tracked Programming (Choose from A or B, and C or D):
A. Intermediate Level
a. Strategies to Optimize Facility Design and Engineering
b. Product Compliance – Lab Testing and Quality Assurance
c. Best Practices and Safety Tips for Drug Compounding
d. Implementing a Rapid Sterility Method in a Compounding Pharmacy Laboratory
B. Senior Level
a. Hazardous Drug Handling and Risk Assessment
b. Viable Sampling Ready
c. Achieving Category 3 beyond-Use Dating
d. Aseptic Compounding and Processing – Short and Long-Term Approaches
C. 503A Track
a. Key Vendor Qualifications when Contracting with 503Bs
b. Viable Sampling Ready
c. Achieving Category 3 beyond-Use Dating
d. Aseptic Compounding and Processing – Short and Long-Term Approaches
D. 503B Track
a. The Definition of Insanity – 503B Pitfalls that Just Keep Happening and How to Break the Cycle
b. Regulatory Implementations Surrounding 503B Compounding
APC represents compounding pharmacists and technicians in both 503A and 503B settings, as well as prescribers, educators, patients, and suppliers.
Our passion for compounding is fueled by our members’ passion for their patients — and the medications they create. APC is focused on strategies to assure that millions of patients can continue to access those compounded medications.
Our commitment — not only to our dues-paying members but also to their patients — is to lead, to influence, to speak, and to serve so that the practice of pharmacy compounding is not merely preserved but is elevated as a key component of health care delivery for millions of patients across America.
APC members subscribe to the Pharmacy Compounders Code of Ethics, comprised of 10 tenets that guide their professional, clinical, and business practices.
APC members play a vital role in the American healthcare system and in individual patients’ lives, preparing essential personalized medications for a range of issues, including autism, oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, women’s health, and more.
Through its ally grassroots organization, the Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions, APC represents more than 150,000 patients, compounding professionals, prescribers, and others.
APC is committed to ensuring the rights of physicians to prescribe, of pharmacists to prepare, and of patients to take personalized medication solutions to meet their unique health care needs.
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Pharmacy Compounding Booth #16109
American College of Apothecaries (ACA)
Since 1940, the ACA has been working with independent pharmacists to advance the entrepreneurial spirit of member pharmacists through education, innovation, mentoring, fellowship and training.
ACA Continuing Education Programs
Through educational conferences, seminars, compounding training, webinars and on-demand programs, ACA provides an array of opportunities for pharmacists, technicians, marketers and pharmacy students to obtain information, earn CE credits, and receive valuable networking with independent pharmacy entrepreneurs. ACA can also provide CE accreditation for other organizations.
Educational and Specialty Conferences
ACA provides an annual multi-day conference each year with continuing education sessions, social events, induction of new ACA Fellows and members, networking and award presentations. These conferences are held in different areas and in addition to learning, a large focus is on networking and sharing amongst pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, marketers and pharmacy students.
ACA Accredited Programs for Other Organizations
As an ACPE-approved provider of continuing pharmacy education, ACA is in compliance with ACPE’s Criteria for Quality and Interpretive Guidelines. Periodic review of educational programming by ACPE and continual self-evaluation by ACA ensures that the programs accredited by ACA are of the highest quality and meet ACPE standards. The ACPE Criteria and Guidelines are always followed when providing any continuing pharmacy education programs in live or in on demand format.
Webinars and Self-Paced Online Seminars/On-Demand CE
The ACA is pleased to introduce ACA Education CEnter an online catalog of more than 70 self-paced seminars for continuing pharmacy education! This new online education resource will include live webinars and on-demand courses that you can participate in from the comfort of your office or home and on your own schedule. The ACA is the source for pharmacists’ continuing education and professional development opportunities. Pharmacist and pharmacy technicians, marketers and pharmacy students can access online the latest webinars on subjects important to your career development. Visit the catalog today to browse through programs and begin enhancing your knowledge and earning CE credit!
Compounding Training Courses
Fundamental Compounding and Calculations
Fundamental Compounding & Calculations is a 3-day, 21 hour application-based course. This course combines one day of essential pharmacy calculations followed by two days of lectures and hands-on laboratory training. The overall goal of the calculations portion is to provide the pharmacist and technician with a review of the calculations they will need to master in order to prepare the variety of medications their patients may need to attain the greatest therapeutic actions from their medications with the fewest undesirable side effects. The lecture and hands-on portion is to provide the participant with a theoretical and practical basis on which to build a successful non-sterile compounding practice which complies with current requirements for good compounding practice. The instruction focuses on the proper preparation of fundamental dosage forms utilized by pharmacies which are compounding medications for their patients. The program is structured to demonstrate skills that can be immediately implemented by participants with minimal or no experience, as well as those wishing to update their compounding skills.
Comprehensive Sterile Compounding
Comprehensive Sterile Compounding is an 18.5 hour course designed to further prepare pharmacists and technicians to strengthen their knowledge base in Sterile Compounding. This course will provide the participant with the knowledge of preparation and quality control tests for sterile products, such as validation testing, membrane filtration, pyrogen tests, BET (bacterial endotoxin test) and others. This course will include the USP <797> guidelines. Also covered is proper hand washing and garbing. The attendee must pass their Aseptic glove test and their media fill to successfully complete the course.
Compounding for Natural Hormone Replacement
Compounding for Natural Hormone Replacement is a 15 hour application-based course designed to further prepare pharmacists and technicians to strengthen their knowledge base in the treatment of men and women with regard to hormone replacement therapy. Participants will be able to demonstrate a deeper understanding of a number of women’s issues, medications used to treat these issues, clinical guidelines for the treatment of women’s health issues, and side effects of these medications.
Compounding Options for Pain, Wound and Scar
Compounding Options for Pain, Wound and Scar is a 15hour application-based course. The overall goal of this application based program is to provide the pharmacist and/or technician the ability to learn about pain, its physical and behavioral components, the mechanisms of pain, the treatment of pain both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic, and how to compound unique dosage forms to meet the needs of the patient in pain. In addition the participant will learn the techniques compatible with USP 795 in the provision of quality pharmaceutical preparations and applicable DEA rules. Practical compounding case studies will be presented including the management of painful conditions, and wound and scar treatments.
Veterinary Compounding Essentials
Veterinary Compounding Essentials is a 15 hour application-based course designed to introduce the pharmacist and pharmacy technician to veterinary pharmacy compounding. The program provides fundamental techniques for effectively growing the veterinary compounding practice, including calculations, proper safety practices, hands-on compounding, and marketing
Additional information on the compounding training courses can be found on the ACA Calendar.
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Pharmacy Compounding Booth #7397
Health Care Logistics
Pharmacy Compounding Supplies
The HCL Compounding and Dispensing line features a diverse selection of products with a special focus on USP 797 & 795 supplies as well as those specially designed for precise medication measuring, mixing and filling. We’re committed to offering products that help you increase productivity, maximize efficiency and improve accuracy in all aspects of your business.
To eliminate hand fatigue when packaging liquid compounds, try our Liquid Unit Dose (LUD) Press. It has an aluminum base and rod that easily seals caps onto vials or cups. Choose a heavy-duty Holder for Vials or a Holder for Cups, each of which will hold up to eight items side by side to prevent spills. A raised notch on the LUD Press platform helps guide your holder into position to create a secure seal on every vial or cup, every time. You spend less time on alignment and improve productivity.
We create metal products to match your unique specifications so you can work more efficiently and produce better results. Could your facility benefit from stainless steel storage containers, lock boxes and utility trays to simplify USP <797> compliance? Do you have an existing product you'd like to upgrade with a specially sized metal adaptor such as a bracket, plate, clamp or hanger that is USP <797> friendly? Whatever solution you seek, HCL can deliver. Our designers use stainless steel and aluminum, dependent upon your needs, and our design consultation services are always FREE!
The International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding (IJPC) is a bi-monthly, scientific and professional digital journal emphasizing quality pharmaceutical compounding. IJPC is the only publication that covers pharmaceutical compounding topics relevant and necessary to empower pharmacists to meet the needs of today's patients. No other publication features hands-on, how-to compounding techniques or the information that contemporary pharmacists need to provide individualized care.
Each issue includes peer-reviewed scientific articles, articles on pertinent topics, informational and professional articles, calculations, and other departments relevant to the practice of compounding. Articles and manuscripts are reviewed by pharmacy practitioners, academicians and scientists, as well as by others with expertise in various specialties.
The International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding is indexed by the International Pharmaceutical Abstracts,the Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature print index and database, the Chemical Abstracts Service, Elsevier Bibliographic Databases including EMBASE, EMNursing, Compendex, GEOBASE, Mosby Yearbooks and Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and indexing database of scientific and social sciences literature with more than 8 million users at more than 500 institutions worldwide.
Manuscripts published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding are read and researched worldwide.
IJPC has been recognized with the following awards:
Houston International Association of Business
Communicators Award of Merit in Magazine Design
Houston Society for Technical Communication Distinguished Award for Technical Publications, Art & Online Competition
International Society for Technical Communication Excellence Award for Technical Publications, Art & Online Competition
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