GroMed Media Fill [VIDEO + QUIZ] GroMed Learning Objectives: Discuss the purpose and importance of a media fill simulation List the conditions under which media fills must be performed State the incubation requirement per USP <797> Define the term turbidity Explain the significance of first air and the importance for not blocking GroMed Quiz Date Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Name*Email* GroMed Video QuestionsA media simulation is meant to:A. demonstrate an operator is able to properly compound using aseptic techniqueD. demonstrate an operator can properly gownC. demonstrate the controlled environment is sterileB. demonstrate your compounded preparation is sterileMedia fill simulations must be done:C. when no one is in the roomD. with someone watchingA. under dynamic conditionsB. in best case conditionsPer <797>, what temperature(s) must be used for incubating your media fill?C. 20-25 C for 5 days, then 30-35 C for 4 additional daysD. 20-25 C for 7 days, then 40-45 C for 7 additional daysA. 20-25 C for 7 days, then 30-35 C for 7 additional daysB. 20-25 C for 48 hours, then 30-35 C for 7 additional daysIf a media sample is "turbid" (or cloudy) it is considered:A. a failureB. passingC. clearD. a false positiveBlocking "First Air" is considered poor aseptic technique because:A. it presents an opportunity for contaminationB. it doesn't allow clean air to continuously flow over preparationsC. it always causes contaminationD. A & B Learn about Quality AssuranceOur helpful videos will walk you through using our testing products; or give us a call (530) 272-8700 Sign up to our Newsletter ×(We do not share your data with anybody, and only use it for its intended purpose) By Seth DePasquale|2020-11-30T16:49:25-08:00August 7th, 2019|Videos|0 Comments Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.