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Across
  1. 1. A device with unidirectional airflow designed to prevent product contamination during sterile nonhazardous drug preparation.
  2. 3. A room that is maintained at a higher pressure than the adjacent areas; therefore, the net flow of air is out of the room.
  3. 5. Protects individual workers from hazardous physical or chemical exposures
  4. 6. Used for non-sterile HD preparation. Designed to remove airborne contaminants through HEPA filtration and prevent contamination of the work environment.
  5. 7. To put on PPE.
  6. 8. A vertical unidirectional ventilated cabinet used to prepare HDs
  7. 10. A room that is maintained at a lower pressure than the adjacent areas; therefore the net flow of air is into the room.
  8. 11. Inactivation, neutralization, or removal of HD contaminants on surfaces, usually by chemical means.
  9. 13. Where the ISO Class 5 environment is located.
Down
  1. 1. designed to protect healthcare workers from exposure to HDs and prevent product contamination during sterile HD preparation.
  2. 2. The process of inhibiting or destroying microorganisms.
  3. 4. A container of supplies, warning signage, and related materials used to contain the spill of an HD.
  4. 6. A room in which a C-PEC is placed and designed to contain HD contaminants.
  5. 9. A negative pressure room with minimal requirements for ACPH and no requirements for air quality.
  6. 11. To remove PPE.
  7. 12. A ventilated device designed to prevent worker and environmental. exposure to HDs
  8. 13. The date or time beyond which a compounded preparation cannot not be used and must be discarded