Show Notes In our second episode we dissect Seth’s experience with attempting to become compliant with USP . We talk about some of the issues he went through as well as what was done to mitigate the problems. If you’re in the planning stages or about to undertake this project this is an episode you do not want to miss! Special Thanks this week to PharmacyJoe.com for honorable mention on his website and Tony Guerra – @Tony_PharmD (from the Pharmacy Podcast Network) for helping us spread the word of our Podcast! PharmacyJoe.com is a site (and Podcast) created by @PharmacyJoe dedicated to issues within Critical Care Pharmacy, “My mission is to provide you unbiased & practical critical care pharmacy information.” Joe is also a graduate of Albany College of Pharmacy (ACPHS). If you’re a critical care pharmacist, you’ll find his resources and podcasts extremely helpful; you can also get Continuing Education Credit by listening! If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! Stay tuned for what’s to come! Thanks for listening. Do you have a question or comment for the show? Leave us a VOICEMAIL, right on our site! Here are the links mentioned during this podcast: Dangers of USP 800 – Executive Summary Dangers of USP 800 – A Cautionary Tale PPP Mag – Facility and Engineering Controls Using USP 800 Guidelines White Paper This is the Graphic that Bryan mentions during our discussion on difference between “laminar” vs “turbulent” airflow.