A fundamental pharmaceutical practice of creating custom medications for patients whose prescriptions are not commercially available.
Not Every Patient Is the Same
Some patients require higher or lower doses, no fillers, or even topical medications in place of orals. Therefore at Curexa, we are a go-to partner for patients, medical and telemedicine providers, veterinary providers, and manufacturing partners, providing pharmaceutical compounding services that standard pharmacies typically cannot accommodate.
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Highest Quality & Safety Standards
Our time-tested process upholds the highest quality and safety standards for every order, while our dedicated team of pharmaceutical professionals is responsive and available throughout the fulfillment process. In addition, Curexa’s designation as a 503A compounding pharmacy, including compounded medications and prescriptions, proves our commitment to personalizing medications for our patients, giving them the option for prescriptions free of fillers such as dyes, sugar, lactose, or alcohol.
Packaging & Labeling Expertise
Quality and safety extend beyond the prescriptions we fill and are equally evident in our shipping practices. We offer our partners generic and practical packaging to suit their needs, multiple label options within regulatory requirements, and ensure the end product is seamless and convenient from introduction to completion, arriving to the patient with care.
Types of Compounding
Countless therapeutic possibilities exist when medications can be customized to meet a patient’s unique needs. Our compounding services come in the following forms to help find the optimal strength and dosage for each patient.
A popular dosage form where the medication is designed to be delivered rectally to the patient. Our unique designs can facilitate simultaneous internal and external administration. This method is commonly formulated to treat hemorrhoids and other conditions.
Medication is administered topically and is often preferred by patients who are nauseated or have difficulty swallowing. This form can also negate the need for infusion therapy or injections. This is a popular compounding method for pets as well.
A type of lozenge that is placed between the cheek and gums to dissolve. By allowing the medication to be absorbed through the oral mucosa rather than the gastrointestinal tract, the drug takes effect faster as it is not being broken down by digestive enzymes or metabolized.
Creams and Ointments
These can include lip balms, sublingual sprays, and non-aerosol topical sprays. These medications are ideal for hard-to-reach areas of the body. Also, by applying them topically, it can reduce the risk of side effects since the drug is not absorbed systematically.
The most common type of medication form. Patients can choose from a variety of colors and sizes to simplify dosing schedules. In addition, our capsules can be compounded to contain multiple compatible active ingredients to better solve medication problems.