Mom finds short-term solution in search for son’s life-saving drug

With only a few tablets left of a prescription drug that helps prevent a life-threatening allergic reaction, Lorrena Clee of Lower Sackville, N.S., got a call from her pharmacist Wednesday with some good news for her son.

Complicated medical situations sometimes call for compounded medications

Do you have difficulty swallowing a pill? Is it hard getting your family pet to take their medicine? Do you have certain ingredients such as dyes, preservatives, gluten or sugar that you need to avoid?

Anticancer Drug Attached to Nanoparticle Targets Tumors Without Damaging Tissue

Biosensor research from Kai Johnsson’s laboratory at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) gave way to the startup, LUCENTIX, which created a biosensor that enables patients to easily track drug concentrations in their blood without the need for complex lab systems.

The Impact Of Serialization Requirements On Packaging Operations

 

A Q&A with Allison Gilpin, Business Unit Manager, Global Serialization, and  Ray Hook, Manager Global Serialization Services, PCI Pharma Services

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Restricted Access Barriers vs. Isolators: An Energy Consumption Comparison

 

Cleaning Compounding Aseptic Isolators

 

Using the right techniques and procedures can make cleaning sterile compounding areas a matter of routine.

USP 800 Mobile Cleanroom

Happy Easter Everyone!

 

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We would like to wish our valued customers and potential customers a Happy Easter! Wishing you a holiday celebration filled with family, friends, love and laughter.

 

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Why Sterile Alcohol?

 

FDA reminder of safe non-sterile alcohol prep pad use

INSIDE HEALTH POLICY INTERVIEWS IACP ON OFFICE-USE COMPOUNDING

An international group of compounders is working with lawmakers to draft a new letter asking FDA to rescind guidance requiring a patient-specific prescription for each drug compounded under 503A, and to return to states control over office-use compounding, saying the agency’s prohibition on such compounding runs against congressional intent. The call to rescind the guidance comes as President Donald Trump orders agency heads to improve efficiency by shifting functions to state or local governments.