Concepts in Sterile Preparations and Aseptic Technique examines the current standards and best practices for sterile compounding, along with the fundamentals of aseptic technique, in a manner accessible to pharmacy and pharmacy technician students and professionals. Beginning with a review of foundational calculations and microbiological considerations, this resource reviews compatibility, stability, engineering controls, and quality assurance and control, with pertinent information from USP Chapter <797> incorporated throughout. With engaging case studies, tips, alerts, and accompanying video tutorials, this text facilitates student learning through a robust companion website for students as well as helpful instructor resources. Video Tutorial Topics and Procedures: HLFW Cleaning, Hand Washing, Garbing, Sterile Glove, Attaching Needle to Syringe, Accessing a Vial, Equal Pressure (Milking), Equal Pressure (Reverse Milking), Removal of Air Bubbles, Ampule Breaking, Using a Filter Needle, Using a Filter Straw, Reconstituting a Vial, Uncapping and Recapping a Needle, Capping a Syringe, Priming Infusion Set, Positive Pressure, Negative Pressure, Workflow, Incompatibility, Fingertip Testing Instructor Resources: Instructor's Manual including Lab Activities and Supply List, Answer Key for Review Questions and Case Studies, PowerPoint Presentations with 375 slides, Test Bank with 189 Multiple Choice, Fill-in-the-Blank, and Short Answer questions. Student Resources: Navigate Companion Website, including: Videos, Quizzes, Interactive Glossary, Interactive Flashcards, Crossword Puzzles, Matching Exercises, Web Links Each new text includes an online access code to the Navigate Companion Website. Electronic and eBook formats may t include access to the Navigate Companion Website. Access may also be purchased separately.