The Basics of Compounding with Naltrexone
Tara Thompson, PharmD
- Understand the purpose of a compounding pharmacy and how to choose the right one for you or your patient.
- Learn the benefits and drawbacks of pharmacy compounding.
- Delineate compounding options for low dose naltrexone.
- Familiarize the writing of a compounded low dose naltrexone prescription.
There is much more to compounding pharmacy than mixing ingredients. This presentation will give a glimpse into the world of compounding pharmacy, the regulations and guidelines that we strive to meet, how to choose a compounding pharmacy, and how to write for a low dose naltrexone compounded prescription. Specifically, different bases and equipment used in the compounding of low dose naltrexone will be discussed and how to choose the right dosage form for your unique patient.
Listeners will walk away with new knowledge about compounding low dose naltrexone and which dosage form to choose for their patients. The presentation will also cover how to choose a quality compounding pharmacy and provide insight into the daily regulations and quality checks that a compounding pharmacy should adhere to.
This presentation will become available for viewing on Friday, June 7th.
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