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ANTE-ROOM

1

Remove any of the following before garbing:[2]

 • Outer garments (eg, coats, hats, jackets, scarves, sweatshirts)

 • Chewing gum

2

Don hair cover, beard cover (if necessary), and face mask (in any order).

3

Don shoe covers (while crossing the line of demarcation).

4

Cleanse hands according to the following instructions:

 • Wash hands and forearms to elbows with soap and water thoroughly.

 • Dry hands thoroughly with a disposable towel.

5

Don a nonshedding gown with sleeves that fits snugly around the wrists.

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BUFFER ROOM

6

Cleanse hands with waterless, alcohol-based sanitizer and allow to dry.

7

Don properly fitting, powder-free gloves (without contamination).

ONGOING

Frequently disinfect gloves with sterile 70% IPA, and allow to dry.

Frequently inspect gloves, and replace if torn, punctured, or visibly soiled.

NOTE: [1] These garb-donning procedures are adapted from USP <797> guidelines, but are neither wholly inclusive nor reflective of those standards. This document presents the garbing and gloving expectations for students participating in learning simulations designed and completed within the IPCaL 3 course, and should NOT be considered complete or appropriate in any true practice setting.

[2] Personnel requiring such garments for religious reasons, or unable to remove piercings or artificial nails should notify supervisor prior to any sterile compounding.

* Created by and used with permission from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy Integrated Patient Care Laboratory (IPCaL).

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