Re: What colour uniform for your job
I work in a compounding pharmacy, so it would be Sciences blue. My scrubs are Caribbean blue
and my lab coat is white.
Some days I spend a great deal of time working on third-party billing rather than the actual practice of compounding, though, so I don't know if those days would fit me more under a Trek Operations umbrella.
I hope you're not one of those
New England Compounding Center incident
Main article: New England Compounding Center meningitis outbreak
In October 2012, an outbreak of fungal meningitis
was reported in the United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention traced the outbreak to contaminated medication used for epidural steroid injections
. The medication was packaged and marketed by the New England Compounding Center, a compounding pharmacy in Framingham, Massachusetts
. On October 15, the FDA issued a warning that two more drugs, a steroid and a product used during heart surgery, may also have been contaminated. The investigation also includes fungal infections associated with injections in a peripheral joint space, such as a knee, shoulder or ankle.
As for my uniform, my military job was more like a MACO, so either TOS RED or like the ENT MACO uniforms, camouflage. (Actually, back then we mostly wore black fatigues.)
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