Hazardous Drug Detection and Removal

USP 800 Compliant


  • Antineoplastic agents are harmful to healthy cells and tissues as well as to cancerous cells.
  • Pharmacists who prepare these drugs or nurses who may prepare and/or administer them are the two occupational groups who have the highest potential exposure to antineoplastic agents.
  • ChemoGLO™ historical data shows that 80-90% of sites tested have at least one area of detectable drug residue on surfaces in preparation and administration areas.
  • USP 800 and The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends that employers develop a medical surveillance program to monitor the safety of the employees working with hazardous drugs, including wipe sampling every 6 months.
  • This recommendation includes using baseline data and ongoing monitoring of environmental hazards as a way to assess the potential risk of employee exposure to hazardous drugs.
  • USP 800 recommends using pre-saturated wipes to decontaminate surface areas.

USP 800 recommends wipe sampling every 6 months. The ChemoGLO™ Wipe Kit is the most widely used hazardous drug surface contamination detection kit in the United States. Our simple wiping procedure and quick results make the ChemoGLO™ Wipe Kit the most effective way to get accurate and quantifiable results of hazardous drug surface contamination in your institution.

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USP 800 recommends pre-saturated wipes to decontaminate surface areas. The HDClean™ towelette wiping system is the only laboratory tested cleaning system proven to remove hazardous drug surface contamination. The simple wiping procedure and disposable towelettes offer the convenience of a quick, thorough clean at any time of the day.

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