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Do you have questions about pharmacy compounding? We have answers.
Compounding for Complex Patients: Pediatrics
Children have special needs when it comes to taking medication. Compounding pharmacists can help make the medicine go down easier.
Compounding for Veterinarians & Animal Owners
Pets are special to their owners, and customized care through a compounding pharmacist may be a consideration for your pet’s medical problems. Utilize this helpful Q & A from the Professional Compounding Centers of America.
Causes of Hand Pain
CPBH compounds prescription medications to treat the causes of a variety of common hand ailments, several of which are discussed in this informative article.
10 Things Every Diabetic Should Do
Dr. Sanaz Majd shares “10 Things Every Diabetic Should Do”. CPBH’s caring and knowledgeable pharmacists can also work with your physician to prepare compounded medications for some of your diabetes complications.
FDA Starts Regulating Compounding Pharmacies
The Drug Quality ad Security Act (DQSA) makes specialty drugs safer for patients by providing important provisions related to the oversight of compounded medications.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pharmaceutical Compounding
Get answers from the American Pharmacists Association to the most commonly asked questions about compounding pharmacy and pharmacists who specialize in this field.
With Pet Medication Running Low, Some Veterinarians Use Compounding Pharmacies
Rising medicine costs as well as discontinued medicines have contributed to a nationwide drug shortage. Some veterinarians are turning to compounding pharmacies to get the medicines they need.
Drug Shortages Make Compounding Pharmacies More Important Than Ever
Joe Cabaleiro, executive director at the non-profit Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board, spells out how recent drug shortages have put compounding pharmacies back into the public focus.
How to Dispose of Unused Medications
The FDA’s website educates patients and caregivers about the appropriate means to dispose of expired, damaged and unusable medications.