On Sunday, an Alabama man was finally reunited with a nurse who touched his existence and helped brighten his traumatic childhood all those years ago. Gary Bentley was simply 10 years older when he underwent open up heart medical procedures at the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 1973. As AL.com reports, doctors discovered he needed the life-saving operation to correct a hole in his center not long after Bentley and his six siblings had been extracted from an abusive home and placed into foster care.Cobaugh stated. Pharmacists must be vigilant and educated when evaluating both facility and the compounding procedures that are used to ensure that risks are minimized. The editorial, authored by Ross W. Thompson, B.S.Pharm., M.S., FASHP, director of Pharmacy Providers at Tufts Medical Center, and Caryn Belisle, B.S.Pharm., M.B.A., director of Pharmacy Regulatory Compliance, Quality, and Protection at Brigham and Females’s Hospital, notes that the pharmacy profession does not have any universal standard for establishing sterile compounding competency or credentials. The editorial continues on to state that perhaps the time has arrive for the pharmacy career to develop a nationally recognized qualification or additional credential to validate the knowledge in the practice of sterile compounding.