• Hormonal
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Hormonal Medicines

    read more
  • Reproductive
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Reproductive Medicines

    read more
  • Dental
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Dental Medicines

    read more
  • Sports
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Sports Medicines

    read more
  • Veterinary
    Medicines

    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Veterinary Medicines

    read more

Monthly Archives: February 2013

Your doctor is wrong about Testosterone Gels

Ask Larry: Question: I will be seeing an endocrinologist soon and will ask for a prescription for testosterone. Perhaps you can help me “guide” the doctor for the best preparation. Currently, I use pregnenolone and DHEA TD cream; 100mg/ml, using 50mg or 1/2ml per day. I also test to monitor my levels. Dr. John Crisler has said: “I recommend all practitioners first try a testosterone gel for their TRT patients. Gels are better than creams, Continue Reading

Risky Business – Is Price Dictating Your Decision?

Quality in your compounded sterile products (CSPs) is something you should never take for granted.  While this has always been true, the tragic events of last fall have made everyone look at sterile compounding quality with renewed focus.  As healthcare providers, no one sets out to buy an inferior product but many do not know what is involved in maintaining a quality pharmacy environment and compounding a safe compounded product.  As I talk with customers Continue Reading

Risky Business – Is Price Dictating Your Decision?

Quality in your compounded sterile products (CSPs) is something you should never take for granted.  While this has always been true, the tragic events of last fall have made everyone look at sterile compounding quality with renewed focus.  As healthcare providers, no one sets out to buy an inferior product but many do not know what is involved in maintaining a quality pharmacy environment and compounding a safe compounded product.  As I talk with customers Continue Reading

The VAMPIRE SNEEZE/COUGH

Our children are being taught to cover their nose and mouth when they cough or sneeze. Good. In my youth, we used our hands. Today’s kiddies are being taught the dreaded Vampire Sneeze maneuver. They cross an arm over their nose and mouth and sneeze – or cough – into their elbow. This, somehow, is supposed to be a superior method for reducing the spread of airborne bugs – colds, the flu, and any number Continue Reading

Vitamin D vs. Inflammation

If you have done even a modest amount of reading about health issues you know that there are many references to our need for additional vitamin D – especially the D3 version. Health food store shelves are making room for additional vitamin D supplements and our doctors are telling us to increase our intake – over and above the official Recommended Daily Allowance – the minimum amount needed to prevent illness. Usually, our vitamin D Continue Reading

Pre-Op Combination Ophthalmic Drops

Previously we have posted blogs about combining ophthalmic drops for pre-operative use in cataract surgeries and YAG laser procedures. See the two blogs below. 3 Options to Meet USP 797 Requirements for Combination Ophthalmic Dilating Drops Calculating the Final Concentration for Combination Ophthalmic Drops Compounded ophthalmic products are a specialty at JCB and we routinely get asked about pre-op eye drops.  Our team of clinical pharmacists has compiled an extensive library of information regarding various Continue Reading