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College Pharmacy’s comprehensive compounding experience and state-of-the-art facility allows us to compound both traditional and advanced dosage forms. College Pharmacy’s compounding practices are both USP 795 and 797 compliant. Our testing protocol includes: potency, sterility, endotoxin, and fungal testing. Our sterile formulations are compounded in a state-of-the-art clean room and ISO 8 compounding lab that was fully renovated and updated in the summer of 2014.
An Open Letter To College Pharmacy’s Valued Healthcare Practitioners and Patients: Quality Assurance, Standard Operating Procedures, and Regulatory Processes.
In light of the recent media coverage pertaining to the safety, quality, and compliance standards within compounding pharmacies, College Pharmacy wants to reassure our valued healthcare practitioners and patients that College Pharmacy has the right people, processes, procedures, and licensing in place to provide safe, quality, and consistent sterile and non-sterile preparations. Click Here To Read More About College Pharmacy’s Standards & Processes. (PDF Download)
It is the compounding process, attention to detail, and the quality of the components that makes our compounded formulations exceptional. Nowhere else is this exemplified more than in our Sterile Compounding Services. College Pharmacy has a state-of-the-art clean room and ISO 8 compounding lab where all sterile formulations are compounded by specially trained pharmacists and compounding technicians using advanced techniques and equipment.
The list below is a small sample of compounded sterile injectable categories. Contact us directly for additional information about formulations, size, strength, preservative or preservative-free formulations, and pricing.
In addition to our compounding services, College Pharmacy also supplies commercial injectables to healthcare practitioners and patients. Please note: by law, compounding pharmacies cannot compound those items that are commercially available.
One of the advantages of using a compounding pharmacy to fill your prescription needs is in the variety of dosage forms available. While traditional oral routes of administration are available, advanced dosage forms may increase patient compliance and treatment efficacy. The list below includes a sample of some of the dosage forms that College Pharmacy compounds.
Fused Pellet Implants: Inserted subcutaneously every 3 to 5 months. This route provides very constant hormone levels. Pellet implant formulations include: Estradiol, Testosterone, Biest, Pregnenolone, Progesterone, DHEA, Testosterone / Anastrozole.
Lipid Matrix Sublingual Tablets: Sublingual tablets are conveniently placed under the tongue for sublingual absorption and are not subject to first-pass metabolism by the liver.
Percutaneous Gel: The skin acts as a reservoir, slowly releasing hormones from its microcirculation into the main circulation continuously over a 24-hour period. This gel is extremely hypoallergenic and compliance is very good due to its common once-a-day dosing.
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