compounding pharmacy

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com·pound·ing pharmacy

A facility where drugs are compounded or prepared in customized dosages or formulations, typically at the request of a physician and for use by an individual patient.
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For this, FMI referred to several subject matter experts in the compounding pharmacy domain.
Compounding pharmacy products are widely required by babies and children who need medications in extremely small doses but such doses are not available in market.
In 2013, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice announced it had obtained doses of pentobarbital from The Woodlands Compounding Pharmacy near Houston.
Instead, a compounding pharmacy now prepares these injections.
The compounding pharmacy bill is intended to prevent a repeat of last year's fungal meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people and sickened more than 750 others across the U.
A compounding pharmacy in Littleton is changing its name next year to avoid being confused with the similarly named Massachusetts firm that has been tied to a deadly multistate fungal meningitis outbreak.
would give the Food and Drug Administration authority to oversee compounding pharmacy practices throughout the country.
Men seeking testosterone replacement, for example, can obtain it from a compounding pharmacy for less than $30 a month, whereas a branded drug such as Androgel[R] costs $225 for the same quantity of testosterone.
Ask your pharmacist for a compounding pharmacy in your area.
The contaminated fentanyl lot had been prepared at a compounding pharmacy and distributed to 4 states.
Rather, Broadway Apothecary is a compounding pharmacy, which means its pharmacists and pharmacy technicians custom-make each prescription for each patient.
Last year, patients and their families sued a Fredericksburg, Virginia, hospital and the compounding pharmacy that made a contaminated drug that doctors used in heart bypass surgery.