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Common Medications Prescribed for Tourette’s Syndrome

Tourette’s Syndrome

A person with Tourette Syndrome (TS) can have trouble with involuntary muscle, phonic, and behavioral outbursts. Controlling these symptoms is achievable with help from the right prescription drugs. These prescriptions can be life-changing for children with TS who may otherwise struggle in school, work, or social situations. Yet parents sometimes have difficulty getting their children […]

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Compounding Sublingual Medications

Compounding Sublingual Medication

  Sublingual, derived from the Latin, means “under the tongue.” Sublingual medications are those that work by diffusing their ingredients into the blood through the tissues beneath the tongue. This type of medication has many proven benefits over traditional oral delivery systems (those you swallow). A compounding pharmacy can work with you to create custom […]

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Compounding Dental Dry Socket Preparations

Compounding Dental Dry Socket Preperations

At Compounding Pharmacy of America, we specialize in alternate drug forms and doses so you can get the results you need to live a happier, healthier life. Our job is to make medication formulated for your specific needs, including medications and pastes for post dental procedures. One of the most common oral surgeries is wisdom teeth removal, […]

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Compounding Corticosteroids For Psoriasis

Psoriasis Treatment With Compounded Medications

Create a Custom Compound for Psoriasis People with psoriasis know that it is about more than itchy patches of skin. The inflamed areas burn and itch. Additionally, visible psoriasis leaves scaly red patches of skin and can be unsightly and embarrassing. At the Compounding Pharmacy of America, we understand the challenge of psoriasis. With an […]

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Compounding Pharmacy Helps Elderly Seniors Easily Fill Prescriptions

How Compounding Pharmacies Help the Elderly

How Compounding Pharmacies Help the Elderly Americans of all ages require prescriptions to live healthy lives, but our elderly loved ones typically rely on several prescriptions to maintain a certain level of wellness and comfort. While many seniors can find their medications relatively easily, sometimes necessary medications aren’t available in the appropriate dosages or a […]

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Compounding Pharmacists And Hospitals – Do They Work Together?

Compounding Pharmacists And Hospitals-Compounding Pharmacy of America

Compounding is mixing ingredients to prepare a drug to meet a patient’s specific needs. This is not a new idea at all; in the 1930s and 40s, most prescription medications were prepared in this manner. In the 1950s and 60s, compounding declined, and the pharmacist became someone who dispensed already-prepared medications. Since not all patients […]

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Painkiller Abuse Epidemic – Do Compounding Pharmacists Have A Solution?

Compounding Pharmacists Solution to Painkiller Abuse - Compounding USA

With the issue of opioid painkiller abuse is at epidemic levels, compounding pharmacists may be able to offer a possible solution to the issue. Compounding pharmacists are finding the situation frustrating due to decisions from pharmacy benefit managers, who are limiting coverage of some custom compound medications. As a result, the solution may be thwarted […]

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How Compounding Pharmacies Can Help In A Drug Shortage

How Compounding Pharmacies can Help in a Drug Shortage - CPA

In 2012, doctors, surgeons, and dentists across the country were feeling the effects of an anesthetic drug shortage. This can change the way patients are treated for many conditions. You wouldn’t want to undergo surgery without a strong anesthetic. These doctors began turning to compounding pharmacies to create the anesthetic medications they needed to help […]

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What Are The Benefits Of Using A Pediatric Compounding Pharmacist?

It’s no secret that most children despise taking medicine. Being sick is never enjoyable, and being forced to swallow ill-tasting medicine does little to ease the overall discomfort. While it’s unlikely that taking medicine will ever evoke sincere pleasure from our pint-sized patients, there are ways to help improve the experience for everyone involved. One […]

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What Exactly Is A Compounding Pharmacist?

If you watch television, listen to the radio, or even browse the internet, there are many different advertisements for all kinds of medications. These medications are produced in mass quantities, tested on different control groups, and then distributed for the use of the general public. The problem with this method is that there may be […]

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